The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) exists to lead, educate and support doctors who are training and working in the specialties of clinical oncology and clinical radiology.
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This updated document includes a number of changes from the previous version, taking into account the introduction of revalidation in December 2012.
A review of the use of radiotherapy in the UK for the treatment of benign clinical conditions and benign tumours
In response to the varying numbers of patients in some UK radiotherapy departments being treated for benign conditions, the...
This document aims to provide guidance on how intravascular contrast may be used as safely as possible.
A joint publication from the BSIR, the Vascular Society Of Great Britain and Ireland and the RCR.
This document sets standards in key areas that are seen as essential for the delivery of high-quality and effective ultrasound imaging services and examinations.
This document brings toghert the latest guidance on departmental standards of practice required to deliver safe computed tomography coronary angiography (CTCA) to adult patients.
Can it really be a year since we were last all at ECR? Vienna this year is cold and grey, as it tends to be in March,...
RCR welcomes the Statement of Intent for the Cancer Strategy for England
The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) welcomes the publication today by the Cancer Taskforce of its Statement of Intent for the Cancer Strategy for England 2015-2020. Dr Giles Maskell, President of...