Resources for trainees

Welcome to a section of the website designed to provide a variety of advice, useful information and resources for clinical radiology trainees. This includes hints and tips for the FRCR Examination, information for less than full-time trainees and resources to support training for the scientific basis of imaging component of the core curriculum and the advanced molecular imaging component. On the right hand side you will find links to other sections of this website which may of interest and use, as well as links to external sites relevant to those in clinical radiology training.

Some of this information has been compiled and drafted by the Junior Radiologists' Forum (JRF), more information about which is below. Click on the pages below to access the resources. 

Junior Radiologists' Forum (JRF)

The JRF's main purpose is to provide a route of communication, information and resources for all those undergoing specialty training in clinical radiology in the UK. The JRF consists of one trainee elected from every training scheme in the UK plus national representatives of less than full-time trainees and academic trainees. Full details of the JRF membership and terms of reference can be found hereThe work of the JRF is co-ordinated and led by a smaller Executive Committee which also meets twice a year and sends representatives to many of the College's Boards and Sub-Committees.  This allows the input of trainees into many of the College's activities, keeps the JRF informed about a wide range of the College's activities and is much valued by the College.

Trainee Introduction Pack

Advice and guidance from the JRF for new trainees

Research for trainees

A repository of research activities of relevance to trainees

Audit and QI for trainees

A repository of audit and quality improvement activities of relevance to trainees

Molecular imaging resources

A range of resources selected and organised to help you train in molecular imaging

JRF Trainee Surveys

A biennial survey of the clinical radiology cohort.