Getting involved

There is a way for everyone to get involved with the College

There are many opportunities to get involved with the College, and we actively seek the help and support of our members, other healthcare professionals and the public as we work to improve healthcare worldwide through education, training and improving clinical quality.

There are many ways to get involved. These opportunities can be stimulating and rewarding, offering professional and personal development at any stage of your career. Remote participation is possible.

It doesn’t have to be now; opportunities to get involved with the work of the RCR come all the time. See below for information about how to get involved.

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Virtual regional visits

Find out more about the work of the RCR and how we can support you. Talk to us about the issues you may be facing. 

 

Stand for election

RCR elections are your opportunity to get involved in your Faculty

Membership engagement surveys

Your feedback helps us to provide the support and services our Fellows and members want

Leadership roles

Shape the future direction of our work and your specialty. See vacancies for Officer, board and committee roles and lead roles.

Why volunteer?

Our volunteer members discuss what volunteering has meant for them 

RCR Clinical Fellows

Opportunities for becoming an RCR Clinical Fellow

Contribute to the RCR Newsletter

Your forum, your views, your opinions

Education

Educational opportunities to get involved with the College

Advisory Appointment Committees (AACs)

Information about the AAC process and how to be involved

Contribute to RCR Learning

Support us in delivering professional learning opportunities

Become a mentor or mentee

Being a mentee or mentor is a powerful way to build resilience and strengthen coping strategies

Contribute to policy consultation responses

Provide your expert opinion

Contribute to College guidance and publications

Get involved with RCR publications

Join our international advocacy group

Are you interested in supporting work in low and middle income countries?

Lay members

Information about RCR's work with lay members

Virtual regional visits

Regional visits provide an important opportunity for the RCR Officers to meet colleagues across the UK and overseas

Virtual College Group

Would you like to get involved with the College virtually?

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Represent your region

Nominations are open for elected Regional Chairs and Standing Scottish Committee members. Find out how you can represent your region.

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Call for abstracts

Six abstract competitions will be held as part of RCR Learning Live 21. Submit your abstract by Monday 12 April.

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Contribute to the RCR Newsletter

We publish a mix of articles, letters and updates from RCR Fellows and members