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The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) leads, educates and supports doctors who are training and working in the specialties of clinical oncology and clinical radiology

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RCR welcomes new manifesto for radiotherapy provision
The RCR has warmly welcomed the launch of a new cross-party manifesto to improve radiotherapy provision in the UK.

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Online Journals

Members and Fellows of the College have complimentary access to the College’s peer-reviewed academic journals Clinical Oncology and Clinical Radiology.

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A guide to job planning in clinical radiology

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.
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Setting up a regional or national radiology digital teaching archive

Expert advice on the technical requirement to facilitate submission of cases to regional or national teaching archives
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Clinical oncology UK workforce census 2017 report

Providing detailed and robust information on the numbers, distribution and activities of all clinical oncologists in the UK, the clinical oncology UK workforce census is an invaluable in informing workforce planning across the UK. An infographic highlighting the key messages from this document is also available.
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Standards for angiography and image-guided endovascular interventions

This guidance covers the end-to-end process of delivering safe angoigraphy and endovascular interventional services, including patient care from pre- to post-procedure, facilities and patient hand over
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Sedation, analgesia and anaesthesia in the radiology department, second edition

This document provides a detailed overview of the issues associated with the use of sedation, anaesthesia and analgesia in the radiology department to help ensure that safe practices are in place
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Standards for interpretation and reporting of imaging investigations, Second edition

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