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Molecular Imaging Resources

Functional and molecular imaging techniques are becoming more prominent in research institutions and daily clinical practice.

Clinical radiology curriculum

To reflect this continuing development, the clinical radiology curriculum has been updated to include both core content on the scientific basis of imaging (section 2.2) and higher-level content for those wishing to specialise in molecular imaging (section 2.5).  The former is designed to provide trainees with appropriate knowledge of the physical, cellular, and molecular principles that underpin diagnostic medical imaging, as well as providing a basic awareness of developments relevant to future practice and research. 

Specialty Training Radiology Curriculum

E-learning activities, videos, and webcasts

Professional learning and development activities, from exciting online events to useful articles are all accessible free to RCR members via the RCR e-learning hub. 

Journal articles

 These are grouped into the following categories: 

  • Overview and introduction

  • Resources to support study for the scientific basis of imaging curriculum 

  • Practical uses and clinical implementation by modality 

  • MRI techniques 

  • Dual energy CT 

  • CT perfusion 

  • Nuclear medicine techniques 

  • Optical imaging 

Online education resources


This section contains links to useful resources from the College concerning PET-CT, as well as links to relevant pages within the ARSAC website. 

  • RCR publications, guidance documents and audits 

  • Administration of Radioactive Substances Advisory Committee (ARSAC) 


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