Why volunteer?

How to make the most of your membership

The RCR encourages all of our members to get involved in the College's activities. Becoming an active member of the RCR is your opportunity to shape our work, help widen the reach of your specialty, give your profession a voice and even help further your career.

There are opportunities for all RCR members, regardless of your level of experience or stage in your career.

Some of our volunteer members explain what volunteering has meant for them and what they got out of it. Read their stories:

Carl Flint

Mr Flint decribes his experience as part of the Professional Learning and Development Committee and the Lay Member Network

Dr Archie MacNair

Dr Archie MacNair discusses his involvement with the Oncology Registrars’ Forum (ORF)

Dr Declan O’ Regan

Dr Declan O’ Regan talks about his involvement with the Clinical Radiology Academic Committee

Dr Kirsten Laws

Dr Kirsten Laws shares her experience as a trainee on the Oncology Registrar's Forum (ORF) and the Clinical Oncology Professional Learning and Development Sub-Committee

Dr Nicola Spence

Dr Nicola Spence discusses her involvement with the Junior Radiologists' Forum (JRF)

Dr Patricia Set

Dr Pat Set discusses her involvement with the Specialty Training Board for clinical radiology

Dr Qaiser Malik

Dr Qaiser Malik discusses his involvement with the Clinical Radiology Professional Learning and Development Sub-Committee

Dr Raman Uberoi

Dr Raman Uberoi discusses his involvement with the Clinical Radiology Professional Support and Standards Board 

Dr Sarah Cooper

Dr Sarah Cooper talks about her involvement with the FRCR 2 A Exam Committee and the Specialty Training Board (STB)