The Faculty of Radiation Oncology has a number of committees that develop policy and support decision making across the Faculty. On this page you will find details of these committees.
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ROETC is responsible for the training, education and examination conduct and structures. View terms of reference
ROTC represents radiation oncology trainees within the College, and provides a link between trainees and other committees. View terms of reference
This committee supports and promotes the policies for radiation oncology training networks within Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. View terms of reference
EWC promotes and facilitates the Faculty’s advocacy work to ensure the availability of physical and human resources required for high-quality, timely and appropriate patient care. View terms of reference
QIC provides strategic and policy advice and conceptual models to ensure ongoing improvement in patient care. View terms of reference
PFEC develops frameworks and activities to support Fellows in maintaining the highest standard of practice throughout their clinical careers. View terms of reference
RORC 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
TCMC raises the profile of radiation oncology amongst consumers and other health care professionals in Australia and New Zealand. View terms of reference
This committee facilitates communication between New Zealand radiation oncologists and the College, ensuring that New Zealand specific issues are addressed. View terms of reference
The Radiation Oncology Alliance is a peak group comprising the four key specialties in radiation oncology and representing their respective organisations: the Faculty of Radiation Oncology, RANZCR; the Australasian College of Physical Scientists & Engineers in Medicine (ACPSEM); the Australian Society of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy (ASMIRT); and Cancer Nurses Society of Australia (CNSA). View terms of reference