RCR Newsletter

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As we begin a new year at the RCR, the Autumn Newsletter looks at topical issues for the doctors working in our specialties, including the current workforce, understanding pension tax and more on our medicolegal theme. 

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Radiology: more than just reporting

Not everything that counts can be counted, and not everything that can be counted counts1

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A new RCR year: Clinical oncology – the state of the specialty

The importance of counting something

I first encountered the RCR workforce census in 2010 as clinical director in Norwi

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A new RCR year: Clinical Radiology – the state of the specialty

Money can’t buy the solution

This has been a busy period for the RCR with lots going on.

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Why are the pensions of NHS professionals generating unexpected tax charges?

I’m a London-based chartered financial planner and have noticed a steep increase in the number of clients seeking my  advice af

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Shortage of paediatric radiologists providing expert witness testimony in suspected child abuse cases

One of the most sought-after and specialised fields within radiology is that of imaging in suspected physical abuse (SPA) in childre