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New RCR report reveals patients suffer as Scottish radiology services reach breaking point
A new workforce census report published by The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) reveals that Scottish diagnostic imaging services are at breaking point.
For oncologists, physicists, dosimetrists and radiographers to help consolidate understanding of radiotherapy treatment planning, with an emphasis on contouring, image-guided and intensity-modulated radiotherapy. Includes hands-on computing practicals covering these fundamentals.
4 Oct 2016
11 Oct 2016
This report provides data relating to radiology in Scotland and specifically highlights the important issues being faced by radiology departments in Scotland
The radiologist workforce remains the key focus for the RCR; the data collected in the census underpin our work to influence UK healthcare policy and to make the case to governments and regulatory bodies to increase clinical radiologist training numbers
Standards for the reporting of imaging investigations by non-radiologist medically qualified practitioners
This document outlines the standards and best practice for radiologists, regulatory authorities, hospital managers and...
This document outlines the responsibilities for each of those involved in the radiology reporting system and makes recommendations on the development of fail-safe back-up mechanisms.
Updated guidelines for the use of PET-CT in the UK, building on the evidence cited in previous editions
A report providing quantitative and qualitative data on the breast-imaging workforce in the UK.