Discover clinical radiology
Clinical radiology is central to the delivery of safe and effective healthcare – using state-of-the-art imaging techniques to look inside the body to diagnose, treat and monitor diseases and injuries.
Radiology departments are the backbone of diagnosis, early cancer detection, screening services and life-saving interventional procedures.
We go back as far as 1895 when X-rays were first discovered, but in today’s world, clinical radiologists use a wide range of imaging techniques to interpret and report complex scans, perform image-guided surgery and provide expert guidance to other clinicians to ensure good patient care.
Discover the world of medical imaging and read more into the essential role clinical radiologists play.
Starting your clinical radiology career
Clinical radiology is one of the most exciting and rapidly advancing specialties within medicine. Discover insight into the specialty and what a career within it might entail, as well as some top tips for wherever you are in your journey to becoming a clinical radiologist.
Advances in radiology
Radiology is a varied specialty that requires many different skills and ways of thinking. Learn more about advances in fields like interventional radiology, and what the future might hold for the specialty.
The exam hub
Our exam hub offers an improved exam booking and exam management experience, and allows you to prep for exams, book online, and get results quicker. You can also cancel or reschedule exams you have already booked.
Members receive priority booking for exams.
Clinical radiology publications
Our collection of publications covering a wide range of topics, from the delivery of high-quality radiology resources to the use of information technology and workforce reports.
Whether you're new to radiology and want advice and guidance on how to progress in your career, or have decades of experience in a particular area that you can impart, we would love to match you to the mentor or mentee who is right for you.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Radiology contains a multitude of facets: it's what makes it such an interesting career. Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are independent groups that provide us with advice and experience in their specialist areas, so that we in-turn can advise policy and change to benefits all our members.