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Equipping the NHS to provide the future of digital healthcare
The RCR has responded to this week's publication of the Topol Review, which recommends how to resource the NHS for the future of digitalised healthcare.
Jointly delivered with Practitioner Performance Advice (formerly NCAS) these workshops are designed...
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This guidance forms part of a group of documents to assist radiologists in ensuring they have a realistic job plan that reflects, as far as possible, their full contribution to patient care. An addendum focusing on job plans for interventional radiologists was added in 2018.
Picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) and guidelines on diagnostic display devices, third edition
Diagnostic images are reviewed in multiple settings and the specific requirements for diagnostic display devices are...
The use of checklists can help to prevent incidents and should be part of a culture of patient safety. This guidance highlights key considerations when writing and implementing safety checklists.
Timely delivery of radical radiotherapy: guidelines for the management of unscheduled treatment interruptions, fourth edition
Guidance on managing unscheduled interruptions to radical radiotherapy treatment. This edition is endorsed by the Society and College of Radiographers (SCoR) and the Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), and is supported by The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists
The annual workforce census results provides vital, highly detailed information that can be used to highlight to the Government and policy makers the increasing disparity between demands being placed on radiology departments and the workforce available to provide this.
The RCR, the CCLG, SCoR and IPEM have jointly developed the second edition of this guidance. The document is aimed at UK healthcare professionals and service managers involved in paediatric radiotherapy