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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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Online Journals

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


Who shares wins: efficient, collaborative radiology solutions

This document specifies what imaging departments should demand from RIS and PACS vendors to ensure their radiology information technology systems can function in the modern teleradiology environment in a vendor neutral way.

Clinical oncology UK workforce census 2016 report

The clinical oncology workforce census provides detailed and robust information on the numbers, distribution and activities...

Radiotherapy target volume definition and peer review – RCR guidance

The recommendations in this document provide a practical framework of formative support for all clinicians involved in radiotherapy planning, regardless of their professional group.

Ultrasound training recommendations for medical and surgical specialties, Third edition

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.

iRefer: making the best use of clinical radiology, eighth edition

The essential radiological investigation guidelines from The Royal College of Radiologists. This edition: Conforms to the...

Interventional oncology: guidance for service delivery, second edition

Outlining best practice in interventional oncology, looking at current models of practice, clarifying areas of responsibility and the importance of the interventional radiology procedures being part of the multidisciplinary care pathway of patients