The Winter 2018 Newsletter is the second of our ‘Exemplars’ editions.
The Council of the RCR decided in July 2018 that the College needed to undertake a major review of its formal powers and structures in order to mak
As I write, we are all waiting (insert favourite cliché here) for the publication of the new long-term plan for the English NHS.
The UK General Medical Council (GMC states: ‘Bullying is behaviour that hurts or frightens someone who is less powerful, often forcing them to do s
I have been an academically active clinical radiologist for the majority of my radiological working life, and have relished the interest and opport
Whole-body magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) has shown immense potential for metastatic bone and soft tissue disease detection and response assessme
Increasingly, the minimally invasive elective procedures offered by interventional radiology (IR) have become firstline in National Institute for H
Interventional radiology (IR) is one of the ‘critical shortages’ within our ‘shortage specialty’. The shortage of IR consultants
I have worked in a ‘small’ cancer centre in the centre of Reading for 25 years, with a catchment population, according to NATCANSAT, of
Prompted by Paul McCoubrie’s recent article The unreasonable radiologist (RCR Autumn 2018 Newsletter) and his exhortation to say 'NO', I was musing