RCR Annual Conference 2023
12-13 October 2023
The International Convention Centre, Birmingham and Online
We are excited to announce registration is open for the RCR Annual Conference 2023, taking place on 12-13 October 2023. Join us as we bring together an audience of clinical oncologists, clinical radiologists and allied healthcare professionals at all stages of their career, with a two-day programme where you can earn CPD credits, gain practical skills, build valuable connections and delve into the latest research.
Programme is live!
Earn up to 14 CPD credits and learn from over 100 subject matter experts discussing in-depth clinical topics, and develop practical skills and tools in our interactive workshops. The programme will also feature speed mentoring sessions and silent seminars covering topics to advance your career and professional development, with time available throughout the two-days to facilitate conversations and collaborate with your peers.
Who should attend?
- Clinical radiologists
- Clinical oncologists
- Clinical radiology trainees
- Clinical oncology trainees
- Allied healthcare professionals
Key reasons to attend
- Gain seven CPD credits per day. Extra credits can be gained by reviewing abstracts/ePosters and completing a self-reflective form
- Our programme is devised and delivered by a faculty of subject matter experts, who bring the latest thinking and practical tools to improve clinical practice and enhance patient care
- Embrace new ideas, keep at the forefront of clinical knowledge and takeaway skills that will contribute to practice changing work in clinical radiology and clinical oncology
- Connect, network, collaborate and share experiences with peers and with colleagues across all career stages and geographies
- Support to develop your career, now and in the future
Sponsor or exhibit at the RCR Annual Conference 2023
Call for abstracts 2023 is now closed!
Entries for the 2023 abstract competitions are now closed. The RCR abstract competitions spotlight trainee and consultant authors' innovative projects. The 2023 Clinical Oncology Wormald and the George and Vera Ansell abstracts will be displayed in a dedicated area in the exhibition hall, where posters will be displayed on traditional poster boards, providing a space where you can share and discuss your project with your peers. Your poster will also be displayed on SciGens website as an ePoster and may also be selected for oral presentation.
Abstracts for the Clinical Radiology Audit ePoster competition will be entered for ePoster display only. This will be presented in an electronic format on giant i-tablets in the exhibition hall at the RCR Annual Conference. They will also be displayed on SciGens website.
The RCR Annual Conference 2022 abstracts showcased a wide range of scientific and quality improvement projects. View the 2022 abstracts.
What our attendees said:
'Amazing and intriguing speakers'
'The speakers were excellent and the delivered topics were all relevant to our practice'
'Very detailed teaching with good exemplary cases'
'The quality of the speakers and presentations were extremely good'
'All of them are renowned specialists, giving comprehensive and updated knowledge of the topics presented'
'Wide range of topics covered. High quality speakers, with individuals from the top of their fields presenting excellent topics. Engaging and informative'
'Well known UK radiologists sharing their experience was one key aspect of the conference'
'I would recommend this event due to the ability to attend face to face or virtually. More inclusive as we can't all travel and therefore would miss out on the educational content'
'Overall fantastic couple of days. The plenary lectures on communication and sustainability were a particular highlight'
Overall 94% rated the educational quality of the conference as good or excellent