Our Work

The College and its members work in many ways to nurture and develop the professions of clinical radiology and radiation oncology in Australia and New Zealand.

Our work includes:

  • Policy: developing policy to ensure that all patients are able to access high quality healthcare
  • Advocacy: actively engaging with government, industry, consumers and other stakeholders
  • Quality and Standards: improving the quality and standards of clinical radiology and radiation oncology services
  • Research: fostering a culture of research, actively supporting research as part of training and in the professional lives of our members
  • Our Consultations: seeking member feedback on the development of professional documents, reports and submissions
  • Other Initiatives: including our Examination and Assessment Review, the Specialist Training Program and our support for international activities.
  • Interventional Radiology: The Interventional Radiology Committee was established to improve the recognition and support for IRs and INRs within the College structure, and to better advocate for these rapidly evolving specialties.
  • COVID-19 Updates: including position statements and guidance, useful links and impact to College activities
  • Indigenous Health and Engagement: RANZCR is committed to supporting the professions of clinical radiology and radiation oncology to contribute to equitable health outcomes for Māori, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.