Member led Special Interest Groups, Networks and Forums.
Special interest groups (SIGs) are independent groups of members and non-members who are supported by the Society of Radiographers through promotion on our website.
SIGs share information across their specialisms and are a fantastic place to connect with colleagues from across the UK
Starting in February 2022, we will be hosting lunchtime webinars to highlight the SIGs for radiotherapy. These will be co-chaired by members of the Radiotherapy Advisory Group (RAG) and will be an opportunity to hear presentations on key aspects of a site specialism and ask questions.
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Providing healthcare practitioners a platform to discuss and share RISR assessment, management and teaching information to better support all patients undergoing radiotherapy treatment.View Here
This special interest group is aimed at anyone with an interest in bone densitometry and DXA across the United Kingdom and Ireland.View Here
In response to the increase seen in student attrition and challenges with retention within healthcare training programmes, the Reducing Pre-registration Attrition and Improving Retention (RePAIR) project was set up by Health Education England (HEE) in 2015 to explore effective interventions to improve retention across the student journey – from pre-enrolment to two years post-qualification.View Here
This is a collaborative community for extended role radiographers to share and promote good practice.View Here
Plain Film Reporting Radiographers sharing professional and educational opportunities in Scotland
Research and Clinical Trials Radiographers
Provide advice and support on request to the Society and College
Sharing platform to explore good practice between professionals to enhance the learner experience
Support standards of best practice for those involved in providing paediatric radiotherapy
Facilitate and enable consultation and knowledge transfer across UK radiotherapy.
SIGs are forums for support and learning. Get in touch if you are thinking of forming a new Special Interest GroupGet in touch