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The 2018 RCR Audit Forum will continue to promote maintaining quality in radiology and will include a variety of high profile speakers covering a range of topics including the national diagnostic programme, “ Get it right first time- radiology” as well as presentation and discussion of recent and upcoming RCR national audits.
26 Jun 2018 to 27 Jun 2018
28 Jun 2018
17 May 2018
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.
This document replaces the 2006 first edition and provides an update to the standards that should be attained by any doctor or healthcare professional providing a report on an imaging investigation
Guidance on the use of patient images obtained as part of standard care for teaching, training and research
This document is intended to guide decision-making when using images acquired as part of patient care for education, research and service delivery planning
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.