The Board comprises the Vice-President, Medical Director Education and Training, Editor and Medical Director Professional Practice of the Faculty ex-officio, the President and Medical Director Membership and Business ex-officio, eight elected members and not more than four co-opted members. The elected members are elected by Fellows in good standing on the electoral roll of the appropriate Faculty. They are elected for a fixed term of three years and must be Fellows of the College in good standing.
If you have any items you would like raised at the next meeting of the Faculty Board, please write to Clinical Radiology Vice-President, via the Policy and Academic Research Co-ordinator at The Royal College of Radiologists.
- 14 February 2019 (10am start)
- 7 June 2019 (10am start)
- 10 October 2019 (10am start)
- Dr C M E Rubin (Vice-President Clinical Radiology)
- Dr A M Beale (Medical Director, Membership and Business)
- Professor M P Callaway (Medical Director, Professional Practice)
- Dr W H Ramsden (Medical Director, Education and Training)
- Dr N H Strickland (President)
- Dr M J Weston (Editor, CR journal)
- Dr E A Dick
- Dr E L Loney
- Dr R D Proctor
- Prof A G Rockall
- Dr G J A Stenhouse
- Dr M J Trewhella
- Dr R Williamson
- Mr G Podger
- Dr T Muthukumar
- Dr G M Baxter (Standing Scottish Committee Chair)
- Professor B E P Kelly (Standing Northern Ireland Chair)
- Dr I T P Wells (Standing Welsh Committee Secretary)
- Professor V J Goh (Academic Committee Chair)
- Dr R Kulanthaivelu (JRF Representative)
- Mrs Webb (President, Society of Radiographers (SCOR))
The Faculty Board manages the affairs of the Faculty and is responsible to Council for agreeing and implementing policy relating to the Faculty. This extends to all four UK nations. The Faculty Board has three overarching purposes:
To consider and approve a plan to ensure that the College’s Strategy (as approved by Council from time to time) is realised and implemented across the work of the Faculty and that policies for the Faculty are developed approved and reviewed as required;
To establish and review periodically the work of subsidiary bodies to plan and discharge the work of the Faculty ensuring that each such body has a programme of work that aligns with and fulfils the agreed plan;
To seek input and advice from the independent advisers to Council in respect of major projects or developments.
Terms of Reference
Faculty Plan and policies
Consider and approve a plan for the Faculty that realises the College Strategy as regards all functions and activities of the Faculty.
Ensure that the plan is delivered through subsidiary bodies and is reviewed as required by Council.
Develop and approve policy for the Faculty/specialty and commission subsidiary bodies to undertake specific pieces of work to fulfil and implement agreed policy.
Ensure that there is appropriate engagement in the development of and communication of the plan and its delivery.
Ensure that there is full and appropriate engagement of the Faculty more widely and other RCR bodies and external groups in the development of policy and that views expressed are fully taken into account in making policy decisions
Where a policy or matter has implications for the other Faculty, ensure that that Faculty is appropriately consulted or involved and the resultant outcome is co-ordinated and consistent across the Faculties taking account of any directions in this regard issued by Council.
Where proposals or initiatives discussed by the Board would incur expenditure or future financial commitment by the College which is not within the approved budget, refer the proposal or initiative for financial appraisal and consideration under the out-of-budget expenditure procedure as agreed from time to time by Council.
If required exceptionally, to call in any matter from a subsidiary body for determination.
Establish such subsidiary bodies as are required and that can be resourced to enable the work of the Faculty and its plan to be effectively discharged, ensuring that each such body has a clear purpose and terms of reference, that programmes of work are appropriate, agreed, delivered and reported on.
Periodically review the purpose and remit of each subsidiary body.
Ensure that each subsidiary body refers any proposals or initiatives that it discusses thatwould incur expenditure or future financial commitment by the College not within the approved budget, for financial appraisal and consideration under the out-of-budget expenditure procedure as agreed from time to time by Council.
For any major developments or projects planned by the Faculty, seek advice and input from the advisers to Council as appropriate or as directed by Council.
Where the advisers or Council so require, submit progress reports on or the outcomes of new developments or projects for review by the advisers.
Regulation 20 governs the membership and chairing of the Faculty Board.
The Faculty Board will meet not more than three times per year on dates to be agreed unless exceptionally required to transact urgent business.
Meetings may be held by virtual means/remote attendance.
Faculty Board members may be called upon to consider or determine matters electronically between meetings and are expected to contribute to such considerations or decisions as part of their duties as Faculty Board members.
Faculty Board members will not speak on or behalf of the College unless authorised to do so.
Faculty Board members will abide by any stated or implied confidentiality that attaches to the work of the Faculty Board during or after any period of membership.
Faculty Board members will comply with the provisions of the Data Protection Act 1998 as regards processing (as defined in the Act) of any personal data where it is made available to them as part of their work.