Work on our journals

The RCR's two monthly academic journals are highly valued member benefits. Opportunities are now available to join our Editorial Boards, overseeing papers, generating ideas for special issues and keeping our international readership up to date on the latest research in your specialties. Getting involved with the journals provides an opportunity to broaden your network, collaborating with peers from around the world. Plus you will be contributing to the RCR and your specialty while keeping abreast of the latest findings in your field.

Whatever your interests or career stage, there is a role for you at the journals. Find out more about the available roles and how to apply. 

Applications are open until 15 August 2021.

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Clinical Oncology Deputy Editor - Special Issues

Leading on the commissioning and production of special issues, this is a vital strategic role for Clinical Oncology 

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Clinical Oncology Deputy Editor - Editorials

The Deputy Editor - Editorials plays a crucial role in identifying commissioning cutting edge editorials for Clincial Oncology 

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Clinical Oncology Assistant Editor

Work as part of the Clinical Oncology team, overseeing papers and contributing ideas to shape the journal's success

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Clinical Oncology Engagement and Social Media Editor

Supporting the launch of Clinical Oncology on social media, the focus of this role will be to raise the profile of the journal

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Clinical Radiology Engagement and Social Media Editor

Bringing Clinical Radiology to wider audiences, the Engagement and Social Media Editor will lead on building a community around the journal

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Clinical Oncology Trainee Editorial Board member

Clinical Oncology is looking for an engaged trainee to take on this role, representing the interests of trainees on the journal

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Clinical Radiology Trainee Editorial Board member

Help to shape Clinical Radiology content to support trainee colleagues by joining the Editorial Board

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Find out more about Clinical Radiology

Discover more about the wide range of content published in Clinical Radiology 

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Find out more about Clinical Oncology

Discover more about why Clinical Oncology is so valued by readers around the world