Special Interest Groups (SIGs)

Member led Special Interest Groups, Networks and Forums.

Welcome to the Special Interest Group page

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.

Please read our guidance on Special Interest Groups here .

SIGs share information across their specialisms and are a fantastic place to connect with colleagues from across the UK. You can find a list of all SIGs and related webpages below.

Have a Special Interest Group of your own that you'd like to add? Let us know by filling in the SIG suggestion form below.

General enquiries

Special Interest Groups are forums for support and learning. For general information about SIGs, please use the button below to contact us.

Contact us

Suggest a Special Interest Group

Any member wishing to establish a SIG will need to find like-minded colleagues. This could be via the SoR website, Synergy, Insight or social media.

Established groups looking to propose a new SoR SIG, or individuals looking to recruit like-minded members to their proposed SIG, should submit the following information. In the case of established groups a nominated member representative should complete and submit the SIG suggestion form.

Please complete ALL fields before submitting your form. Thank you


The Assistant Practitioner Radiography Online Network Scotland (APRONS) group provides AP’s in Scotland with a voice within the Scottish Imaging sector.

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New SIG: Charity

Interested in charity work? Want to help raise awareness of the amazing charities that serve our patients? Join our new SIG for all radiographers and Students with an interest in charity activity.

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New SIG: International Association of Forensic Radiography

The International Association of Forensic Radiographers (IAFR) is an association of professionals involved in, or with an interest in, the provision of medical imaging services in support of forensic investigations.

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New SIG: Radiation Induced Skin Reactions (RISR)

Providing healthcare practitioners a platform to discuss and share RISR assessment, management and teaching information to better support all patients undergoing radiotherapy treatment.

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