Coronavirus (COVID-19): what the RCR is doing

As an organisation of doctors committed to providing safe and excellent care to our patients, and as an employer, we take seriously our role in helping to protect the public from the spread of the COVID-19 virus, while maintaining our services as effectively as possible. We are, therefore, continuing to monitor the situation and follow the advice and updates from the Chief Medical Officers and Public Health England (acting for all of the UK).

Clinical information has been developed for clinical oncologists and clinical radiologists, along with links to national guidance and other useful sources of advice.
 

The RCR's position on COVID-19 is subject to change in response to national guidance. We will continue to keep this information under review and update accordingly. 

COVID-19 updates

RCR supports guidelines on management of patients with possible COVID-19 vaccine induced thrombosis and thrombocytopenia
The RCR supports guidelines on the management of patients presenting to emergency departments with possible COVID-19 vaccine induced thrombosis and thrombocytopenia.
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COVID-19: clinical radiology resources

Useful links, guidance and resources for clinical radiologists

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COVID-19: clinical oncology resources

Useful links, guidance and resources for clinical oncologists 

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COVID-19 vaccination

RCR statements on COVID-19 vaccination and useful links

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RCR Talks

Watch our lecture and Q&A with Dr Sam Hare on the role of imaging in the fight against COVID-19

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My ITU experience

A consultant radiologist shares their experience of volunteering in intensive care during the COVID-19 pandemic