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In collaboration with the Widening Participation Medics Network (WPMN), we have formed RadReach, an initiative encouraging under-represented groups to choose a career in clinical oncology or clinical radiology.
Past RadReach events
Celebrating three years of mentoring success with RadReach
The RadReach mentoring scheme was launched in 2021 as a joint venture between the RCR and the Widening Participation Medics Network (WPMN). RadReach seeks to acknowledge and address the institutional and systemic challenges that individuals from widening participation backgrounds face when applying to join our subspecialties. It is founded on the three pillars of mentorship, advocacy and professional development.
Standards for Radiology Events and Learning Meetings [QSI Ref: XR-704]
A positive culture to develop learning is vital to improve outcomes and comply with the recommendations of the Francis report. Reviewing and learning from excellence, discrepancies and adverse events can provide evidence of reflective practice, improve outcomes and if performed in a supportive learning environment, can contribute to the evidence for providers and users of the safety of service.
Platinum chemotherapy associated thrombo-embolic events in Head and Neck Cancer patients
Increased incidence of thrombo-embolic events in cancer and chemotherapy patients is well recognised. Head and neck cancer patients are thought to be in a lower risk group for TEE development and they are a less well-studied patient group than other cancer populations. There was clinical concern amongst the SCAN population after a series of patient’s experienced thrombo-embolic events in a relatively short time period.
Standards for radiology events and learning meetings
This document emphasises the educational role of Radiology Events and Learning Meetings (REALMs) where radiological discrepancies are anonymously reviewed alongside examples of excellence.
Events & webinars
See all our upcoming events and how to register.
The RCR aims to ensure members, Fellows and stakeholders have access to a full calendar of events, courses, and resources to support individuals’ development and learning
Guidelines for face-to-face events
We ask speakers to refer to these guidelines before preparing a presentation for one of our events.
Radiology Events and Learning (REAL) newsletters
The RCR publishes three editions a year of a short newsletter entitled REAL – Radiology Events and Learning, which is compiled of anonymised cases submitted by radiologists and trainee radiologists.