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Latest workforce report underlines “no end in sight” for UK’s radiologist staffing crisis
Figures released by The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) underline the increasingly desperate situation in UK radiology, with the ongoing shortage of imaging doctors making late hospital diagnoses and delayed scan results a very real likelihood for patients.
Neuroimaging is a rapidly advancing field with frequent developments in scanning modalities, protocols, clinical indications, patient management, and post-processing techniques.
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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.
This document outlines the processes and benefits of using both peer review and peer feedback within radiology departments.
This guidance has been produced to assist referring clinicians, paediatricians, radiologists, radiographers and nuclear medicine technologists who are requesting, performing or reporting on imaging in cases of suspected physical abuse in children.
The clinical oncology workforce census provides detailed and robust information on the numbers, distribution and activities...
The recommendations in this document provide a practical framework of formative support for all clinicians involved in radiotherapy planning, regardless of their professional group.
This document makes recommendations for ultrasound training in a broad range of areas to help ensure that ultrasound training is of the same high standard for both medical non-radiologists and radiologists.