- Clinical oncology specialty training curriculum Our new curriculum for clinical oncology sets the standards for doctors training to become specialists in non-surgical cancer care
- Undergraduate non-surgical oncology curriculum 2020 Medical schools are encouraged to use the new undergraduate curriculum as a framework for teaching in oncology
- Acute oncology: Increasing engagement and visibility in acute care settings To face the emerging challenge of meeting the needs of acutely presenting cancer patients, the RCR, RCP and the ACP have produced a landmark paper
The Faculty of Clinical Oncology is working to promote the specialty on a wide platform of activities, setting standards for entry to, and practice in, clinical oncology, and leading and supporting clinical oncologists during their careers.
The RCR has set out a blueprint for the future of clinical oncology over the next decade: Clinical Oncology – the future shape of the specialty. Also reviewed is the workforce that will be needed to deliver future services: Clinical oncology workforce: the case for expansion. The work of the Faculty is developed by and with members and Fellows of the RCR and close collaborative working with other professional bodies and the public and patients.
Working in the UK
Four consultant radiologists trained abroad but now working in the UK, talk about their move to the UK and what it’s like to live and work here.