Clinical oncology

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.

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Careers & recruitment

Guidance about careers and the recruitment process

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Specialty training

Resources and the curriculum for trainees and trainers

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Examinations

Information about the FRCR examinations

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Being a consultant

Resources to support you to carry out your role effectively

Events

Book your place on one of our CPD accredited conferences

Publications

A listing of all oncology publications from 1992

CPD

Resources to support doctors with their CPD to help and record their CPD

Revalidation

What you need to do to prepare for revalidation

Academic oncology and research

Resources for those interested in an academic career

Audit and QI

Resources to support doctors undertaking clinical audit

Service delivery

Resources to help you to manage the service

Awards and prizes

Funding opportunities and Fellowships from the College

Membership

Everything you need to know about membership

Monthly News

Keep up to date with our work - read the latest issue here

Networking

Opportunities for professional networking

Faculty structure

Responsible for overseeing the work of the Faculty

RCR17 Conference Dinner

12 Sep 2017
Liverpool

Training the Trainers Leeds October 2017

11 Oct 2017 to 12 Oct 2017
Leeds

Multidisciplinary management of anal cancer

18 Oct 2017
Birmingham
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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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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...
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