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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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Clinical Radiology Faculty Board ballot
Electoral Reform Services (ERS) has advised us that a section of the electorate was not able to open the email sent for this ballot. ERS is reissuing the email. If you experience any difficulty...

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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Continuing professional development (CPD) scheme, Third edition

This updated document includes a number of changes from the previous version, taking into account the introduction of revalidation in December 2012.
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Clinical Radiology UK workforce census 2014 report

The RCR clinical radiologyworkforce census provides powerful and robust data on the nature and location of consultant workforce throughout the UK.
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Clinical Oncology UK workforce census 2014 report

The RCR clinical oncology workforce census provides powerful and robust data on the nature and location of consultant workforce throughout the UK.
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A guide to understanding the implications of the Ionising Radiation (Medical Exposure) Regulations in diagnostic and interventional radiology

Practical guidance on the implementation of IR(ME)R for staff groups delivering diagnostic and interventional imaging services involving radiation.
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Guidance for appointments to associate specialist and specialty doctor posts

The recommendations in this document should be implemented for all doctors working in specialty doctor posts and be reflected in job advertisements and person specifications.
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A review of the use of radiotherapy in the UK for the treatment of benign clinical conditions and benign tumours

In response to the varying numbers of patients in some UK radiotherapy departments being treated for benign conditions, the...