Virtual regional visits

Our virtual regional visits provide an important opportunity for members around the world to come together and meet our Officers.

These visits are a forum for discussion about our work and, more importantly, the challenges you might be facing in clinical practice or any areas of concern for your specialty.

Since 2013 the RCR's clinical oncology Officers have been visiting RCR members across the UK. With COVID-19 limiting opportunities to come together face-to-face, we introduced joint virtual regional visits in 2020.

We welcome Fellows and members from both Faculties. Spaces are limited to make sure all members have a chance to share their views in each session. Meetings will be recorded.

Upcoming dates and regions

  • West Midlands (8.00 GMT on 4 February)
  • North West (17.30 GMT on 10 February)
  • Scotland (17.00 GMT on 24 February)
  • South East (8.00 GMT on 25 February)
  • Yorks and the Humber (17.30 GMT on 17 March)
  • Wales (8.00 GMT on 18 March)
  • East Midlands (17.30 BST on 31 March)
  • East of England (8.00 BST on 1 April)
  • SWP (17.30 BST on 7 April)
  • Northern Ireland (8.00 BST on 8 April)
  • Australia, Hong Kong, Malaysia, New Zealand and Singapore (8.00 BST on 22 April)
  • North East England (17.30 BST on 5 May)
  • India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka (8.00 BST on 13 May)
  • Egypt, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and UAE (17.30 BST on 9 June)
  • London (8.00 BST on 17 June)

Register your interest

Register your interest and submit your questions in advance. We will then send you a unique Zoom link for you to register to attend.

Programme 

  • An introduction by the President
  • Breakout sessions for each Faculty led by the Vice-Presidents - this will include an update on Faculty-specific issues as well as offer you an opportunity to ask questions on Faculty-related issues
  • An overview of RCR's strategic priorities and their progress - led by the President
  • Open Q&A

"It was wonderful to hear about the work done by the College. Sometimes one feels quite dissociated but such events help to cultivate the integration with the College and its activities."

Dr Jeanette Dickson presenting to the Southampton regional visit group
Dr Jeanette Dickson, Southampton regional visit