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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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General Election 2017: the RCR calls for ‘an NHS equipped for 21st century'
The RCR is calling on all politicians to commit to delivering an NHS equipped for the 21st century - which is no less than patients deserve. The College offers solutions to four priority issues that must be urgently addressed by the next Government: 1) patients are waiting too long to get the results of their X-rays and scans; 2) patients are suffering from poor NHS systems that do not allow doctors to share diagnostic reports and images easily, 3) cancer patients are not getting the best radiotherapy treatments; and 4) patients are needlessly bleeding to death or being paralysed by stroke.

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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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 modren teleradiology environment in a vendor neutral way.
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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 procedues being part of the multidisciplinary care pathway of patients
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Standards for providing a 24-hour interventional radiology service, second edition

Access to interventional radiology services is necessary to ensure patient safety. This document will help you to ensure you have a safe 24 hour interventional radiology service.
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Standards for the provision of teleradiology within the United Kingdom, second edition

This updated teleradiology guidance sets out the standards for the sharing of imaging data and for outsourcing reporting outside of the local healthcare organisation.
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Radiotherapy dose fractionation, second edition

Recommending evidence-based radiotherapy treatment regimens and acceptable treatment options ranked according to the level of evidence available
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Postoperative radiotherapy for breast cancer: UK consensus statements

The Postoperative radiotherapy for breast cancer: UK consensus statements were developed by members of the oncology...