The Clinical Radiology Curriculum sets out the framework for educational progression that will support professional development throughout specialty training in clinical radiology. The curriculum defines the process of training and the competencies needed for the successful completion of training in clinical radiology. The aim is to ensure that trainees are fully competent to provide a high-quality service at consultant level in the NHS.
The Interventional Radiology Curriculum sets out the framework for sub-specialty training in interventional radiology (IR) and consists of training in core clinical radiology and higher sub-specialty training in IR. This higher training will focus on either vascular or non-vascular IR, or a combination of both, or diagnostic and interventional neuroradiology.
Please use the links above to view the current curriculum and advice on transferring to the latest curriculum.
New clinical radiology and interventional radiology curricula coming in August 2020
The curricula for clinical radiology and interventional radiology sub-specialty training have been revised, following the introduction of the GMC's 'Excellence by design' standards for postgraduate curricula. The new curricula have been approved by the GMC and will be implemented in August 2020, replacing the current curricula for all trainees except those due to CCT before September 2021. The curriculum 2020 page provides more information on these changes.