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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 Radiation Oncology
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2024 Pre-Budget Submission Final

The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiology Pre-Budget Submission 2024.

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Clinical Radiology
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Towards Interoperability in Aotearoa New Zealand Clinical Radiology Forging the Path Ahead DRAFT

Towards Interoperability in New Zealand: Clinical Radiology Forging the Path Ahead Draft.

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Clinical Radiology
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RANZCR Breast Density Position Statement

Breast Density Position Statement.

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Clinical Radiology
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Clinical Radiology
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RANZCR Submission to Unleashing the Potential of our Health Workforce Review

Submission to Unleashing the Potential of our Health Workforce Review

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Radiation Oncology
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Standards of Practice for AI in Radiation Oncology - Consultation Draft

Standards of Practice for Artificial Intelligence in Radiation Oncology – Consultation Draft.

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Clinical Radiology Radiation Oncology
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RANZCR Submission to the inquiry into the approval processes for new drugs and novel medical technology

Regulation of medical devices and treatments is a foundation of safe medical practice, with the recent technological advances in the field of AI and the possibility of the rapid dissemination of this technology throughout the...

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Clinical Radiology Radiation Oncology
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20220519 RANZCR Submission to Automated decision making and AI regulation Issues Paper

The use of software in medicine has advanced significantly in recent decades, a trend that is expected to accelerate. There are complex interactions in decision-making between the clinician, the service provider and the...

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Clinical Radiology Radiation Oncology
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Response to the MCNZ Discussion Paper on When Artificial Intelligence is involved in the care of patients

RANZCR believes that there must be principles, standards, guidelines and regulations developed by trusted sources to assist with the implementation and use of AI and that health care professionals must understand the...

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