There are lots of opportunities to contribute to RCR Learning:
- Join the Clinical Radiology Professional Learning and Development Committee which is also currently seeking an international representative
- Review and edit R-ITI modules
- Facilitate our supervisor skills course
- Find out about a variety of other ways to get involved
The Faculty of Clinical Radiology invites applications for members of the Professional Learning and Development Committee (CR PLD).
The Committee is specifically seeking members with an interest in cardiac/MSK; paediatrics and nuclear medicine/radionuclide radiology.
Main activities of the CR PLD Committee:
- To develop the CR PLD portfolio of educational resources; including face-to-face events, PGCE, webinar programme and eLearning
- Identifying gaps in the current portfolio and identifying suitable products to fill these
- To plan and oversee the CR programme of the College’s flagship event, including appropriate liaison with the Clinical Oncology (CO) Professional Learning and Development Committee and RCR Special Interest Groups (SIGs) to develop content.
Committee members, once appointed, serve three years on the committee, which meets three times a year, traditionally in March, June and November.
The following would be helpful attributes:
- An interest in professional learning and development
- Ideas and enthusiasm for a wide range of general, specialist and sub-specialist education topics
- Good contacts, networks and knowledge of a wide range of speakers
- An interest in e-learning technology and social media.
For further information, please contact the Conference and Programmes Co-ordinator.
Interested applicants should apply by email to the Conference and Programmes Co-ordinator, including a copy of their CV and a short covering letter outlining any relevant experience and why they wish to join the Committee. Please note that applications must be an RCR Fellow or member in good standing.
Please submit all applications by Wednesday 31 October 2018.
The Clinical Radiology Professional Learning and Development Committee are seeking a member based outside the UK to represent the CPD needs of the RCR’s non-UK clinical radiology Fellows and members. The Committee member would be expected to join the Committee meetings via tele or video conference.
The main activities of the CR PLD Committee are:
- To be responsible on behalf of the Professional Learning and Development (PLD) Committee for planning and overseeing the portfolio of professional learning and development offered by the Faculty of Clinical Radiology (CR), in accordance with the strategic framework set by the CR Faculty Board and the PLD Committee
- To work with the Clinical Oncology (CO) PLD Committee to develop programmes for joint CO-CR events and sessions
- To identify and collaborate with partner organisations to develop joint products when appropriate
If this is of interest to you please email Conference and Programmes Co-ordinator a copy of your CV and a short covering letter outlining any relevant experience and why you wish to join the Committee. The deadline for applications is Friday 30 November 2018.
The Radiology Integrated Training Initiative is a huge e-Learning resource owned by the RCR and hosted on the HEE e-Learning for Healthcare hub. We are currently coming towards the end of a significant update during which both the functionality and the content have been reviewed and upgraded.
Module reviewers for module 6b (Neuroradiology)
We are looking for one or two module reviewers to help with the work on module 6b, Neuroradiology, in order to get this update completed. This would suit either a senior trainee or a consultant radiologist working in neuroradiology.
For further information please contact RCRlearning@rcr.ac.uk
Module editor for module 7 (Radionuclide radiology)
The current module editor for module 7 is about to step down so we are seeking a new person to lead on the completion of the update and then ongoing maintenance of this module. This would suit a consultant radiologist working in radionuclide radiology.
The RCR is seeking an experienced clinical or educational supervisor to co-facilitate the Supervisor Skills workshop on 28 February 2019 in London.
The Supervisor Skills workshops are designed around the GMC’s supervisor training requirements. Those requirements include the need for all for educational and clinical supervisors to be ‘appropriately trained’ before being allocated named trainees. This workshop is for both clinical radiology and clinical oncology delegates and also covers the specific workplace-based assessments in the respective curricula. This day is aimed at clinicians embarking on a supervisory role and is suitable for consultants or final year trainees about to take on a consultant post.
There is a pre-existing programme along with slides, activities and supporting resources available.
If this is of interest to you, please send your CV and confirm your availability to the Conference and Programmes Co-ordinator by Friday 30 November 2018.
The RCR offers a variety of ways for you to get involved in helping us to deliver opportunities for face to face or online professional learning and development.
- Submit an idea for a new educational product
- Be filmed undertaking a procedure
- Deliver a webinar or produce a podcast
- Be a judge for a poster competition
- Co-facilitate a non-clinical workshop or quality assure new resources
- Speak at an RCR educational event
Contact RCRLearning@rcr.ac.uk to get involved.