Clinical radiology

The Faculty of Clinical Radiology is working to promote the specialty on a wide platform of activities, setting standards for entry to, and practice in, clinical radiology, and leading and supporting clinical radiologists during their careers.

These key principles, approved by PSSB and Faculty Board, are to be used as a framework for the activities of the Faculty and specifically in relation to the development of advice and guidance as regards the work of the PSSB. This work 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 and recruitment

Guidance about careers and the recruitment process

Specialty Training

Specialty training

Information about specialty training, including subspecialty training

Examination set-up

Examinations

Information about the FRCR and DDMFR examinations

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Being a consultant

Resources to support you to carry out your role effectively

RCR Learning

Events and online learning opportunities

Publications and standards

A list of guidelines, guidance, standards and reports dating back to 1995

Academic radiology and research

Resources for those interested in an academic career

CPD and revalidation

Resources to support continuing professional development and revalidation

Audit and Quality Improvement

Resources to support doctors undertaking clinical audit and quality improvement

Service delivery

Helping you to manage your service

Awards and prizes

Funding opportunities and Fellowships from the College

Membership

Everything you need to know about membership

Networking

Opportunities for networking and discussions in your specialty

Faculty structure

How the work of the Faculty is managed and overseen

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Help shape the future of the FRCR Examinations

Applications are now open for a variety of examiner roles. 

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Get to know Dr Raman Uberoi

Read the interview with our new Medical Director, Professional Practice for Clinical Radiology

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Become the next Editor of Clinical Radiology

Could you lead a team of colleagues across the UK and internationally to commission and select high-profile research papers? If so, why not apply to be the Editor of Clinical Radiology?

RCR Learning

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Webinar series: Artificial intelligence software for stroke radiology

Free online sessions delivered jointly by the RCR and UKNG

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Clinical radiology trainee webinar series

Free webinar sessions for radiology trainees

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Clinical radiology events programme

Radiology courses and webinars organised by the RCR and external organisations