The head of a new NHS academy believes it can be a “game changer” in training more radiologists to meet a shortfall in Wales.

Technological advances mean more and more patients are given scans to help in their diagnosis and treatment.

But current staff have been struggling to cope with demand.

The National Imaging Academy Wales is officially opening in Pencoed, Bridgend county, with the potential to more than double training places in Wales.

Radiology provides scanning and

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