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Training guidance for clinical radiology

The following links and documents are supplied in support of trainees and trainers. If there are resources that you feel should be added to this page, please email the training team on [email protected] .

The clinical radiology and interventional radiology curricula are developed to meet GMC standards for post-graduate medical education. The GMC published their latest standards "Excellence by Design" in 2017 and all specialities are updating their curricula to meet the new standards. The new Clinical Radiology and Interventional Radiology curricula will come into effect in August 2020. 

The Gold Guide, published by the Conference of Post-graduate Medical Deans (COPMeD), sets out the arrangements for specialty training as agreed by all four nations' health departments.

Guidance on training in radiology

More and more doctors are choosing to train and work less than full-time. This page explains the different reasons to choose LTFT working, how to apply for it and also provides advice, guidance and support from the RCR's LTFT representatives.

Training roles and responsibilities

RSAs are the regional representatives of the RCR with respect to education and training. Explore the RSAs page to see more about their role, the list of current RSAs and vacancies.

Our specialty training

Learn more about how the College sets the standards and curriculum that lead to the award of a Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) and entry onto the GMC's Specialist Register.

Specialty training