The College

The Royal College of Radiologists works with our members to improve the standard of practice across the fields of radiology and oncology.

We educate and support doctors throughout their career, and in turn, input from our members drives the RCR forward. Together, we are contributing to the advancement of each new generation of doctors.


About us

The role of the RCR, our aims and how to get involved

Members networking at a conference

RCR membership

Everything you need to know about our membership services and activities


Digital Learning Programme 2020

A new virtual series that will run from 21 September until 9 October



Overview of our work, strategy, annual plans and annual reviews

Council and governance

Our Council, Officers, College committees and policies, procedures and regulations

RCR calendar

View the calendar of RCR meetings and examinations for 2020

Working UK-wide

RCR's activities across the devolved nations

International work

Keep up to date with RCR's global health activities and find out how to get involved

Getting involved

Opportunities to become more active within the College 

Making the College fit for the future

Council has set up a major review of how the College can be equipped for the future

Clinical Excellence Awards

Information about the Clinical Excellence Awards (CEA) application dates and RCR citations


Opportunities for professional networking

Digital Learning Programme 2020

Book now to access high-quality educational opportunities. Participate anytime, anywhere. 

Pause to create: webinar series

Inspiring doctors to enrich their clinical practice through the proven benefits of creativity