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RCR welcomes publication of report on SACT 30-day mortality
The Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) welcomes the publication by Public Health England (PHE) of the report on 30-day mortality following administration of SACT (Systemic Anti-Cancer Therapy) for breast and lung cancers.

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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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Standards for the reporting of imaging investigations by non-radiologist medically qualified practitioners

This document outlines the standards and best practice for radiologists, regulatory authorities, hospital managers and...
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Standards for the communication of radiological reports and fail-safe alert notification

This document outlines the responsibilities for each of those involved in the radiology reporting system and makes recommendations on the development of fail-safe back-up mechanisms.
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Evidence-based indications for the use of PET-CT in the United Kingdom 2016

Updated guidelines for the use of PET-CT in the UK, building on the evidence cited in previous editions
The breast imaging and diagnostic workforce in the United Kingdom

The breast imaging and diagnostic workforce in the United Kingdom

A report providing quantitative and qualitative data on the breast-imaging workforce in the UK.
Sustainable future for diagnostic radiology: lifelong learning: delivering education and training for a sustainable workforce

Sustainable future for diagnostic radiology: lifelong learning: delivering education and training for a sustainable workforce

As part of the Sustainable future for diagnostic radiology series , this guidance looks at the potential benefits and disadvantages of flexible working models
Standards for providing a seven-day acute care diagnostic radiology service

Standards for providing a seven-day acute care diagnostic radiology service

The aim of this document is to outline the standards that should be taken into account when designing a high-quality seven-day acute care radiology service.