RCR Talks

Our twice-yearly public lectures, given by experts in their fields, provide an educational and fascinating insight into the latest developments in clinical radiology and clinical oncology, and the impact these have, or will have, on patients. The lectures are free to attend in person but are also broadcast live and recorded for online viewing. 

Our next public lecture will be on Thursday 27 June 2019 (6:30pm–7:30pm):

Targeting cancer through new radiotherapy-drug combinations

By Professor Anthony Chalmers

Professor Anthony Chalmers, Chair of Clinical Oncology at the University of Glasgow, will explore how new, targeted radiotherapy-drug combinations have the potential to increase cure rates in patients with difficult-to-treat cancers such as brain, lung and pancreatic.

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RCR Talks available online

    Dr Deepa Gopalan

    Imaging the heart: the new frontier

    Dr Deepa Gopalan explores how new imaging technologies are revealing fascinating insights into the functions and structure of the heart

    Dr Elizabeth Dick and Dr Philip Coates

    Emergency radiology: the inside story

    Dr Elizabeth Dick and Dr Philip Coates walk through a typical Friday night in a hospital

    Peter Hoskin

    Modern radiotherapy – minimises toxicity, maximises cures

    Professor Peter Hoskin discusses how radiotherapy is delivered

    Professor Jane Maher

    How the cancer story is changing

    Professor Jane Maher describes how the story of cancer is changing

    From radium to radium

    Professor Nick Reed gives an overview of the history of medical radionuclides in the treatment of cancers

    How diagnostic imaging has improved outcomes for cancer patients

    Professor Andrea Rockall asks whether cancer outcomes can be improved by imaging modalities

    Proton beam therapy – fact, fiction and the new NHS service

    Dr Ed Smith discusses the clinical benefits of proton beam therapy

    Shades of grey: image perception and performance in radiology

    Professor Andoni Toms examines the mental performance and perception of radiologists