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The News and Media section of the website provides the latest information on activities within the College, and the clinical radiology and radiation oncology professions.

Radiation Oncology
Recently, changes were approved by the Radiation Oncology Education and Training Committee and supported by the Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council regarding the format and structure of the Phase 1 Examination as well as changes to the current submission and completion requirements for the...
Clinical Radiology Radiation Oncology
A new RANZCR Interrupted and Part Time Training Policy was released on 1 November 2017. This policy is a combined Clinical Radiology and Radiation Oncology policy and replaces the individual Interrupted and Part-time Training Policies for clinical radiology and radiation oncology. Any trainee...
Clinical Radiology
The College is delighted to commemorate this year’s International Day of Radiology (IDoR) today with the release of an information video for consumers on the InsideRadiology website. The College has also developed a media release on the informative video and the International Day of Radiology....
Radiation Oncology
Three new Radiation Oncology Training policies were released on 1 November 2017 which replace the Radiation Oncology Trainees in Difficulty Policy: Performance and Progression (Radiation Oncology) Policy . Remediation (Radiation Oncology) Policy . Withdrawal from Training (Radiation Oncology)...
Radiation Oncology
Varian Medical Systems generously supports first and second year radiation oncology trainees to take part in the College’s Annual Scientific Meetings (in both Australia and New Zealand) by providing a number of grants to assist with the costs of meeting registration and other expenses....
Radiation Oncology
Many Australian patients with cancer are missing out on the optimal use of radiation therapy in their treatment according to new data1 presented at the 68th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) in Perth today. While guidelines suggest...
Clinical Radiology
New research shows that a minimally invasive endovascular procedure is more cost-effective than invasive bypass surgery for the treatment of a common condition that leads to the narrowing of arteries. The Australian-first study will be presented at the 68th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Royal...
Clinical Radiology
The correct use of medical imaging pathways can reduce the number of "unnecessary" appendix removals (appendectomies) according to data 1 presented at the 68 th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) in Perth today. The quality assurance...
Radiation Oncology
TROG is providing sponsorship to assist radiation oncology trainees in attending the 2018 FRO SMART Workshop and TROG Annual Scientific Meeting in Hobart on 19-22 March with five grants of AU$1000. APPLICATIONS CLOSE COB Monday 4 December 2017. Resources TROG Cancer Research Grant Application Form...
Clinical Radiology Radiation Oncology
The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback to the COAG Health Council Draft Report: Australia’s Health Workforce: strengthening the education foundation (September 2017). Please click here to view the submission.