Clinical Radiology Working Groups

The Faculty of Clinical Radiology has a number of time-limited working groups that develop policy or guidelines and provide advice or support to the Faculty. On this page you will find details of these working groups.

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Digital Health in Clinical Radiology Working Group

The Digital Health CR Working Group is established to provide advice to Faculty of Clinical Radiology on the design and implementation of digital health solutions for clinical radiology services in Australia and New Zealand. View Terms of Reference

Clinical Radiology Paediatric Working Goup

The Clinical Radiology Paediatric Working Group (CRPWG) has been established to review current paediatric training arrangements. The role of CRPWG is to identify new and innovative ways of providing additional training, exposure and supporting trainee learning and outcomes within paediatric training. View Terms of Reference

Post-mortem Imaging Working Group

The Post-mortem Imaging Working Group is tasked with working toward establishing the role of radiologist in the post mortem field and developing safety standards for the benefit of all working the field. View Terms of Reference.

Structured Reporting Working Group

The Structured Reporting Working Group will evaluate existing tools and resources for implementing structured reporting for radiology practice in Australia and New Zealand. View Terms of Reference.

IR and INR Training Pathway Working Group

The aim of the IR and INR Training Pathway Working Group is to develop and implement an advanced training pathway framework to facilitate professional practice across the continuum of radiologists practicing in interventional radiology and interventional neuroradiology. View Terms of Reference.

National Stillbirth Action Plan Steering Group

The Stillbirth Steering Group has been established support the delivery of the Federal Government funded project to increase the Radiologist profession's capacity to undertake stillbirth investigations and autopsies, and ensure these services are available to bereaved parents who choose to access them. View Terms of Reference.