The Faculty of Clinical Radiology has established standing and advisory committees to support the development of policy and decision making across the Faculty. On this page you will find details of these committees.
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CRETC is responsible for the training, education and examination conduct and structures. View terms of reference
CRCAC is responsible for the development, implementation and review of the clinical radiology curriculum and training program. View terms of reference
CRTC represents clinical radiology trainees within the Faculty, and provides a link between trainees and other committees. View terms of reference
The Breast Imaging Advisory Committee is an expert advisory committee to provide advise to the Safety Quality and Standards Committee and the Faculty of Clinical Radiology on emerging quality, safety and standards of practice issues related to the provision of breast imaging in Australia and New Zealand. View Terms of Reference.
DEC reviews and analyses the economic impact of issues that affect the clinical radiology professions and the provision of radiology services in Australia and New Zealand. View terms of reference
SQSC is responsible for providing advice on safety, quality, standards and associated matters relating to clinical radiology. View terms of reference
The InsideRadiology Editorial Board advises the Safety, Quality and Standards Committee on content for our InsideRadiology website.
IRC Identifies and advises on emerging issues, procedures and technologies in interventional radiology and interventional neuroradiology. View terms of reference.
CRWC provides information and advice on workforce issues; assisting with planning to ensure sufficient workforce to meet demand in all locations. View terms of reference
The Professional Practice Committee (PPC) provides guidance and oversight for the development, implementation and review of post-fellowship learning, in addition to enhancing professional development through appropriate recognition and certification of subspecialty programs within the Faculty of Clinical Radiology discipline.
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CRRC promotes the critical importance of research through development of research skills, development of strategic partnerships and administration of grants and awards. View terms of reference
The College has branches in New Zealand, each state of Australia and the Australian Capital Territory, all of which have a branch committee. See our Branches pages for further information.
The Appointments Committee assists the Faculty Council in relation to nominations and appointments to Bodies which report to the Faculty of Clinical Radiology and for external representation. View terms of reference.
The Clinical Radiology Artificial Intelligence (AI) Committee is to consider the implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning on the discipline of clinical radiology and radiation oncology. View Terms of Reference.
The PIC is a forum for collaboration between the professional associations in clinical radiology, including the ACPSEM, the ASA, ASMIRT, ASUM, Faculty of Clinical Radiology and MINA.
The Conjoint Committee for CTCA promotes a collaborative and consistent model of CTCA training and service delivery in Australia and New Zealand. The committee is composed of three representatives from each of the following organisations:
The Committee for CTC has developed training and credentialing guidelines for the practice of CTC. To be recognised as a CTC specialist, radiologists need to demonstrate evidence that they have completed the requisite training criteria.
The College is a member of the Conjoint Committee for the Recognition of Training in Peripheral Endovascular Therapy, which formulates training guidelines for the Peripheral Endovascular Therapy subset of interventional radiology procedures, and assesses the training of individuals seeking recognition of their training in this area.
The Committee for Joint College Training in Nuclear Medicine is a joint committee of RANZCR and the Royal Australasian College of Physicians which conducts accreditation of training sites and oversees Advanced Training in Nuclear Medicine
The Joint ADIA/RANZCR Working Group is established to support policy development and collaboration on eHealth and digital health matters in diagnostic imaging.