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J&K’s first woman Radiographer elected to Governing Body of ISRT India 

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Srinagar: Syed Nahida, a Reporting Radiographer by Profession and a resident of Khosapora Khansahib, Budgam has become the first woman from UT of J&K who has been elected to the Governing Body of the Indian Society of Radiographers and Technologists (ISRT) India.

Nahida is presently working in Tele-radiology solutions in Bangalore. 

Pertinently, ISRT is the apex national professional body of Indian Radiographers and Radiological Technologists, working across the globe.

Radiological Technology is the umbrella term used to denote the technology professionals in Radiology who are working in Medical Imaging Technology, Interventional Radiology, Radiotherapy and Nuclear Medicine.

ISRT was formed by merging various regional professional organisations in March 2006 and functioning as the apex professional body since July 2006.

Syed Nahida is an active speaker of ISRT and vice principal (Department of Radiology) Betehl medical mission and Hosmat hospital Bangalore.

Her journey with ISRT started in 2017 when she started as a speaker and anchor in National Meetings, Workshops and Conferences. Then she rose to national executive member and now within a period of five years she has been elected to the National Governing Body of ISRT India.

She has also been elected as Professional Development Secretary in ISRT JK Chapter and ISRT Srinagar Academic Club.

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