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Become a RadReach mentor

Mentors will need to be an oncology or radiology registrar, or consultant, with a keen interest in widening participation, who are Fellows or members of the RCR.

Benefits of being a mentor

As a mentor, you will have the opportunity to: 

  • Enhance your skills in developing others
  • Gain invaluable insight into your own working situations through helping others
  • Contribute to improving diversity and equity within clinical radiology or clinical oncology
  • Make a difference to another person's life.
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  • "When I first came across the RadReach initiative, my initial thoughts were 'Yes! Finally! I want to be part of that!'"

  • "As one of the first in my family to attend University, I realised early on that opportunity is key to success and knowing the right person can be invaluable. For this reason, widening diversity in medicine has always been important to me and doing this through a mentorship programme attracted me to become a RadReach mentor."


If you have any questions, contact us at RadReach@rcr.ac.uk.

Our next mentoring cohort opens in early 2024! Submit your details in the form to be the first to know when applications open and to hear about our upcoming events and webinars.

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