Membership

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Membership Fees 
Member Portal

Membership Benefits

Our members receive a range of benefits:

We ensure that your profession is recognised, valued and respected by:

We provide you with easy access to up-to-date information on critical research and education trends such as:

We offer you expert support to enhance your qualifications, career and practice, such as:

  • CPD management and certification process
  • Range of quality educational opportunities at discounted rates
  • Global list of events, workshops and scientific meetings
  • Access to career information and employment opportunities through RANZCR Jobs

We connect you with peers to help shape a better healthcare future through:

We help you to raise your profile within the profession with opportunities to:

  • Speak at events
  • Write articles
  • Join a committee
  • Become actively involved with the College’s governance processes

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We give you opportunities to further the reputation of the profession through:

  • Conducting research on significant issues affecting the field
  • Setting Professional Standards
  • Training future Fellows and contributing to post RANZCR Fellowship education and development

We provide opportunities to access benefits from other organisations, including:

  • Special savings on insurance, financial services, medical supplies, travel and more through Member Advantage
  • Membership to international affiliated groups
  • Access to other academic journals
  • Discounts with Wiley and other providers

Find out more about these other benefits

 

How to become a member

The process for joining depends on the category of membership you are applying for. There are six categories:

  • Student Membership
  • Fellow Membership
  • Educational Affiliate Membership
  • Associate Membership
  • Honorary Fellowship
  • Life Membership

For further information about the costs of membership, see College fees.

Student Membership

Student Membership is available to qualified medical practitioners who are taking part in an approved training course in clinical radiology or radiation oncology.

To find out how to enter the training program, see Join our professions.

Fellowship of the College

Once you have completed training and/or passed all the necessary exams, you are eligible to apply to become a Fellow of the College.

For details, see our pages about Becoming a Fellow in clinical radiology and radiation oncology.

Educational Affiliate Membership

Educational Affiliates are registered clinical radiologists and radiation oncologists who are not Fellows but are associated with the College and participate in our educational activities.
To become an Educational Affiliate, complete the  Educational Affiliate Application Form and submit to the College

Associate Membership

Associate Members are non-medical practitioners who are graduates of universities approved by the Board, with at least two years’ relevant work experience. Associate Membership may also be available to those who have given distinguished service in a sphere associated with clinical radiology or radiation oncology.

To become an Associate Member, complete the Associate Membership Application Form and submit to the College.

Honorary Fellowship

Honorary Fellows are professionals who have made an important contribution to the scientific advancement of clinical radiology, radiation oncology or allied sciences through original research, or who have rendered special service to these sciences or the College.

Honorary Fellows are nominated through our annual College Honours program.

Life Membership

The Board may elect Fellows as Life Members, often due to their outstanding work in the profession.

Life Members are nominated through our annual College Honours program.

 

Member Portal

Our online member portal allows you to easily update your personal details as well as pay your membership fees.

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