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Below you will find an index of position statements and submissions produced by RANZCR as part of our work to advocate for the clinical radiology and radiation oncology professions. Search by keyword and use the filters to find what you're looking for.

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Clinical Radiology
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Consultation: Engineered Stone Position Statement

- Consultation Only - The College is seeking feedback from members regarding a position statement to inform Clinical Radiologists in screening and diagnosis of silicosis resulting from exposure to the dust within engineered stone. Australia has iden...
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Radiation Oncology
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2019 Peer Review Audit Tool for Radiation Oncology 2019 - Consultation

Consultation Only

Members and interested parties can submit their comments and feedback to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by COB 13 September 2019. Please reference line numbers where appropriate.

 

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Radiation Oncology
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2019 Peer Review Audit Tool for Radiation Oncology 2019 - Consultation

Consultation Only

Members and interested parties can submit their comments and feedback to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by COB 13 September 2019. Please reference line numbers where appropriate.

 

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Clinical Radiology
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Molecular Breast Imaging Breast Specific Gamma Imaging Position Statement

This policy statement documents the position taken by the Faculty of Clinical Radiology, on the advice of the Breast Imaging Advisory Committee, regarding the use of MBI / BSGI to detect breast cancer.

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Radiation Oncology
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Faculty of Radiation Oncology Response to Specialist and Consultant Physician Consultation report MBS Review

The Faculty of Radiation Oncology appreciates being given the opportunity to provide feedback on the MBS Review Taskforce Report from the Report from the Specialist and Consultant Physician Consultation Clinical Committee and to share it with our mem...
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Clinical Radiology
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Faculty of Clinical Radiology Response to Specialist and Consultant Physician Consultation report MBS Review

Clinical radiologists, are consultant specialists who are integral to the care of patients, by reviewing the patient’s presenting clinical problem, deciding how best to use imaging to answer the clinical questions relating to the individual patient...
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Radiation Oncology
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RANZCR Radiation Oncology Response to National Health Interoperability Roadmap Paper

This submission relates solely to radiation oncology. The Faculty of Radiation Oncology believes that the work of the Australian Digital Health Agency must be clinically and consumer led with meaningful engagement with the relevant peak bodies.This s...
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Clinical Radiology
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RANZCR Clinical Radiology Response to National Health Interoperability Roadmap Paper

Clinical radiology and radiation oncology are mature digital sectors with advanced informatics and highly evolved standards. Clinical radiologists play an essential role in diagnosis, monitoring complex illness and increasingly in delivering minimall...
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Clinical Radiology
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RANZCR Response to Nurse Practitioner Reference Group MBS Review

Submission to the Report from the Nurse Practitioners Reference Group Recommendation 9 - Remove current restrictions on diagnostic imaging investigations when requested by NPs RANZCR’s position is that the referrer of a diagnostic imaging test sh...
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Clinical Radiology
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FCR New Zealand Health and Disability review submission

The New Zealand Branch Committee has considered the terms of the Health & Disability review in terms of how Radiology could be improved in New Zealand, and the Committee has provided significant feedback to the system review team.

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