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Access for UK NHS professionals
The latest edition of The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR's) imaging referral guidelines, iRefer, is now available to all NHS professionals in the UK - please see below for further details on how to access the guidelines depending on your location.
The guidelines are available to purchase as an online version, an app or a booklet; various options are available. See prices for more information. If you have any queries, please contact: email@example.com
Members and Fellows of The Royal College of Radiologists can access the guidelines via the RCR website.
iRefer - England
You will need to register if you have not already registered to use the portal.
Login to http://portal.e-lfh.org.uk/ To access the guidelines, please select the 'Launch iRefer' link in the left hand menu and you will be taken directly to the iRefer site. Any queries should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
iRefer - Northern Ireland
We are pleased to announce that iRefer is now available in Northern Ireland via the HSC Business Services (BSO) intranet. Any support queries should be directed to Nicky Harvey
iRefer - Scotland
The guidelines are available at: http://www.irefer.scot.nhs.uk/ If you are accessing the site from an authorised NHS Scotland site then going to this web address will take you into the guidelines. If the location that you are accessing the site from is not authorised, you will be presented with an access request form. Complete the form with your details and support staff will verify the form and action your request. Any queries should be sent to Gavin Venters
iRefer - Wales
iRefer is now available for all NHS professionals in Wales on the NHS Wales e-library intranet site. To access:
- Users should select Supporting your decisions/Clinical Guidelines
- Choose Royal College of Radiologists Referral Guidelines (Version 7)
- Accept the terms and conditions. You should be logged automatically into the guidelines.
If you have any difficulties accessing the guidelines, please contact email@example.com
Track record as the source of professional advice to referring GPs, clinicians and other healthcare professionals for over 20 years
The process used to produce the guidelines was accredited by NHS Evidence of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) in June 2010.