RCR19 workshops

The RCR19 programme features a number of different kinds of workshops. Some you must pre-register for. Please see the details below:

Oncology outlining workshops (Oncology stream 4, Monday and Wednesday afternoons only)

To attend the radiotherapy outlining workshops you must have pre-registered and will have to bring a laptop. If you haven’t pre-registered but would like to attend, please contact conf@rcr.ac.uk as soon as possible to check availability.

Osirix workshops

To attend the Osirix workshops you must pre-register. Spaces are limited and will be available on a strictly first come, first served basis. For the full programme information of these session please see the RCR19 programme pages. Please click on the relevant links below to register.


10:00-13:00: BSGAR: Tips and tricks for the colorectal MDT meeting

15:00-16:00: BSIR: Tips and tricks for imaging-guided biopsy and drainage


08:30-10:30 Trainee stream: Cardiothoracic (please note this session will not use Osirix)

11:00-11:55 Trainee stream: BSHNI – Sinonasal anatomy and pathology

15:00-16:10 BSTI: Diagnosis UIP in 2019 and why it is important: what the general radiologist needs to know

16:40-18:00 BSCI/BSCCT: ECG CT for the interested and under exposed 

Lecture-based workshops

The following workshops do not require pre-registration. However, spaces are limited at the venue, therefore we advise you to arrive at the session in good time, as spaces will be allocated on a first come first served basis.


BSSR: MSK radiology

iRefer clinical decision support system – the UK experience

BSPR: Paediatric MRI for general radiologists – tips and tricks


BSBR: What is the purpose of the breast multidisciplinary team meeting?

Trainee stream: Vascular and intervention

Trainee stream: The consultant interview


BSUR: The common-sense approach

BSHNI: Case-based workshops on head and neck imaging

Clinical Radiology presents

Developing educators in oncology and radiology

Oncology trainee workshop stream (Tuesday)

The aim of this session is to use the combined expertise of clinical oncologists and radiologists to help develop radiotherapy planning skills in the major disease sites for clinical oncology trainees.  

These sessions are on a first come, first served basis on the day and pre-registration is not required. 

Sponsored workshops

Siemens Healthineers

Siemens Healthineers will be running a series of hands-on workshops during RCR19 on the following topics:

  • Addressing your challenges with syngo.via CT and syngo.via MR: Our experts will run sessions on CT Cardiac Fundamentals, CT TAVI, CT MM Oncology (including follow up measurements and trending), CT Neuro Perfusion (including with a RAPID equivalent workflow), MR via Fundamentals (including mean curve and measuring volumes), MR via Cardiac (including volumetry and flow analysis), and MR Neuro (including brain morphometry).
  • Addressing the challenges of deep abdominal imaging: Experience how the ACUSON Sequoia ultrasound system is making it easier to scan obese patients.
  • Transforming data into knowledge for better care: Experience how AI-Rad Companion may help to reduce the time of interpretation and reporting.

Please register for any of the Siemens Healthineers workshops using the online forms.

Escape room 

You’re ready to start your reporting shift for RemRad Reporting when…oh dear... your Radiology Manager has just told you that, due to a computing error, you have been signed on to do a 24 hour reporting shift. 24 hours with no coffee breaks, no bathroom breaks, and no hope in sight…could it get worse?
You’ve been locked in to your office, and the only way out is to solve the clues and find the key to the door. It almost seems like an impossible task (especially without any coffee!).
But don’t worry! 4ways wants to help you and your team escape!
 Sign up in teams of 2 or 3 for this 20 minute escape room with 4ways. To find out more, or to sign up, send an email to info@4waysdiagnostics.co.uk

Portfolio careers – can I have it all? 

With 29 years’ experience as a Consultant Radiologist, Dr Ben Timmis considers the career possibilities open to FRCR’s and argues for a well-rounded portfolio approach to achieve a sustainable, healthy work/life balance.
This session is on a first come, first served basis on the day.