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Members will be well aware of the ongoing global outbreak of the novel Coronavirus infection (COVID-19). The College has formed a COVID-19 College Taskforce whose role is to coordinate a whole-of-College response to the COVID-19 outbreak that effectively mitigates the risk to members, their patients, the College and College staff.
These pages contains advice in relation to the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on College activities, as well as links to useful information and resources for clinical radiologists and radiation oncologists.
This is an evolving situation and advice will continue to be regularly updated. The College will communicate any significant developments as needed via direct email and through this page. The College also encourages members to closely follow the advice of your local Health Departments.
Impact on College Activities Position Statements and Guidance Resources and Useful Links
The College’s highest priority is to ensure the health and safety of our members, staff and patients. Radiologists and radiation oncologists are a precious health resource and will be critical in fighting the epidemic and supporting the health system. The College will support governments’ containment efforts in minimising the spread and flattening the disease curve over time.
Visit our Impact on College activities page for further advice and information for members about the impact of COVID-19 on CPD, education and training, events and other College activities, including frequently asked questions.
The College has published position statements, and have shared joint and other position statements as a resource to members.
Visit our Position Statements and Guidance page to read the College position statements, along with joint and other positions.
The College has been monitoring emerging literature relevant to our Radiology and Radiation Oncology members. The resources identified include key links to educational material on imaging findings and links to information on how to prepare your service or practice to cope with the challenges this novel virus is bringing.
Visit our Resources and Useful Links page to continue to stay updated.