College members with a special interest in particular areas of practice are often also affiliated with professional societies in the fields of clinical radiology or radiation oncology.
IRSA is a professional society of radiologists with a special interest in the practice of interventional radiology. IRSA draws its members from across Australia and New Zealand, as well as from Asia, North America and Europe.
ANZSNR is a professional society of radiologists with a special interest in the practice of diagnostic neuroradiology, interventional neuroradiology and head and neck radiology.
AMSIG provides a forum for the professional development of musculoskeletal imaging in Australia and New Zealand. The group is also active in promoting education in musculoskeletal imaging, liaison with other similar groups internationally and provides representation on various government bodies.
CCINR was formed to develop and monitor guidelines for certification of training in interventional neuroradiology (INR) in Australia and New Zealand. CCINR has equal representation from the three groups performing endovascular neurointerventional procedures in Australia and New Zealand - interventional neuroradiologists, neurosurgeons and neurologists and is supported by the three Peak Bodies relevant to these subspecialties.
CIRSE is a non-profit, educational and scientific association aiming to improve patient care through the support of teaching, science, research and clinical practice in the field of cardiovascular and interventional radiology.
The European Board of Interventional Radiology (EBIR) is an internationally valued qualification in interventional radiology. Examinations are delivered with endorsement and under supervision of CIRSE, the European Society of Radiology and the UEMS Interventional Radiology Division, and are offered in Australia and New Zealand by CIRSE in partnership with RANZCR and the Interventional Radiology Society of Australasia (IRSA).
CIRSE website EBIR information
TROG is Australia and New Zealand's specialist clinical research group for radiation therapy. TROG is a cooperative multidisciplinary organisation dedicated to the control of a wide range of cancers through quality multicentre research.