Wayne Hoban is Radiology Services Manager at a hospital in Worthing, West Sussex, UK. He previously held the post of Deputy Radiology Services Manager at the Royal Free Hospital in North London.
As a founder member of the International Association of Forensic Radiographers, Wayne has developed significant expertise in all aspects of forensic radiography. His experience has been gained principally with the United Nations ICTY project following the Balkans conflict, and also through membership of the UK Forensic Radiography Response Team (UKFRRT), where he played a key role in providing x-ray services to temporary mortuaries established in response to the Tsunami disaster and London bombings.
Wayne served as an elected member of the Council of the Society and College of Radiographers from 1988-91, and also served as a local Councillor in Haringey, North London from 2002-2008, holding the post of Council Group Deputy Leader from 2003-2007. He has developed considerable political experience through fighting three election campaigns in the London region as a Parliamentary Candidate and also serving on several London Region and National political committees and working parties. He was appointed as a Health Professions Council Partner in 2005. In 2007 he became an inforce Trustee and was appointed to the position of Chair in 2012. He was appointed to the Governing Body of Northbrook College, Worthing, in 2010 and appointed to the position of Vice Chair in 2012.