It has been a pleasure looking back at old print copies of the RCR Newsletter, which date back to 1969.
The RCR continues to grow, both in size and reach. This year we are on track to exceed 12,000 members worldwide.
1991: Barium enemas, intravenous urography (IVUs)
1996: Magnetic resonance in widespread use
The theme of this issue of the Newsletter is based around a ‘retrospective look at our specialties’ and so I thought I’d reflect
The Clinical Radiology Audit and Quality Improvement Committee are supporting the Hexarad scholarship and ho
Geoff is Honorary Secretary and a Trustee of the British Society for the History of Radiology.
My journey to the top table of The Royal College of Radiologists started in October 1963 when Major KC Simpkins RAMC (Royal Army Medical&
One of the early pioneers of chest imaging was Francis Williams (1852–1936), considered by many to be the father of American chest radiol
In 1898 Marie and Pierre Curie discovered radium (Figure 1) and therapeutic possibilities were immediately apparent.
In 2015 I had the unexpected honour of being invited to give a public lecture on behalf of the RCR.