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Bernard Olisemeke 22 September 2017

Gastro-intestinal Radiography / Research and Audit

Name & Qualifications:
Bernard Olisemeke M. sc., PgD., B. sc.

Responsibilites:
As the Fluoroscopy Services Lead, my role is to deliver effective fluoroscopy services across the Directorate. To improve the quality, cost effectiveness and accessibility of fluoroscopy services to patients and other service users. To promote a patient centred approach to service delivery.

About Me:
As the Research and Development Coordinator for radiology, I provide leadership role within the imaging research support team. Briefly the role of the team is to assist researchers in utilising imaging within clinical trials and to increase the capacity for research and associated data management within radiology. This involves liaising with many different organisations and individuals within and outside the Trust, including but not limited to, the Birmingham and the Black Country Comprehensive Local Research Network (CLRN), the Pan Birmingham Cancer Network (PBCN), the Medical Innovation Development and Research Unit, MIDRU.

Selected Publications:
Egbe N. O, Olisemeke B, Igiri AO, Mba U (2005). Combined effects of temperature changes and radiation absorption on living tissue. Nigerian Journal of Medicine. 14(2):177-82.

Egbe N. O, Inyang S. O, Olisemeke B,  Chiaghanam N. O and Ikamaise V. C (2005). A Study of the Linear Attenuation Property of some Materials and their Influence on Radiographic Contrast. IRPS Bulletin.

Olisemeke B, Obioh I. B (2005). Source Fingerprint Assessment of Airborne Particulate in the Warri Airshed, Nigeria. Presented at the International Conference on Energy, Environment and Disasters (INCEED 2005) Charlotte, North Carolina USA.

Olisemeke B, Egbe N. O, Eduwem D. U (2004). Effect of delayed film processing and milliamperage changes on image quality. West African Journal of Radiology, 11(1): 8 13.

Olisemeke B, Egbe N. O, Eduwem D. U, Inyang S. O, Nneoyi-Egbe A. F, Inah G. B, Chiaghanam N. O & Ikamaise V. C (2003). Environmental effects of radiographic developer effluent. African Journal of Pollution and Health, 2(1 & 2): 48 55.

Egbe N. O, Olisemeke B, Inyang S. O, Nneoyi-Egbe A. F, Inah G. B ( 2002). X-ray absorption by sodium chloride. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 9(1): 133-138).

Egbe N. O, Olisemeke B, Inyang S. O, Nneoyi-Egbe AF, and Asuquo U. E, (2000) The Prospects of Chalk (CaC03), Alum (K2S04:Al2(S04)2.18H2) and Clay (Al2Si205(OH)4) as Thermo-luminescent Dosimeter. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, Vol. 6 No. 2, Pp. 347 348.


Links to Committees and Organisations:

Society of Radiographers
Gastrointestinal Radiographers Special Interest Group  
Dysphagia Resource Centre
National Institute for Health Research, NIHR
The Birmingham and the Black Country Comprehensive Local Research Network, CLRN
The Pan Birmingham Cancer Network, PBCN
Medical Innovation Development and Research Unit, MIDRU