The 11th National Conference for Radiology Managers (NCRM) will take place Thursday 19 May 2022 between09:30 – 18:00at Pullman London St Pancras Hotel
The theme for the conference is ‘Better futures – moving forward together’, which "reflects our collective desire for a pandemic free or at the very least a Covid-light future".
“Radiology services have long been pressured though none of us could have envisaged at the time we last met at this event, quite what pressures you, your service and staff would have to face,’ say the organisers.
“For 2022 we will focus on the positives and learning that has arisen from the past 2 years. The positives in recognising what a fantastic, dedicated and flexible workforce we have led by some truly inspirational leaders. We have always known how valuable you are, the spotlight on radiology now means that everyone knows.”
To view the programme and to book your ticket, click here
Unfortunately due to the current Covid 19 situation Philips and the SoR have taken the decision to cancel the 10th National Conference for Radiology Managers.
Details of future events will be posted here and further information is available via the Phillips website.
Around 300 delegates attended the 8th National Conference for Radiology on 24 May 2018 at the Pullman Hotel. London.
Patient, Performance, Productivity, The three Ps in tomorrow’s radiology services
The 7th National Conference for Radiology Managers, which this year, was held for the first time at the Royal College of General Practitioners in central London, offered delegates a topical programme discussing tomorrow's radiology services, with lectures and debates delivered by speakers from a variety of backgrounds.
The event concluded with a lively panel discussion on artificial intelligence (AI) and its potential future impact, positive or negative, on the delivery of healthcare services, and particularly radiology.
The conference, sponsored by Philips UKI, covered a diverse range of subjects and themes, including collaborative and multi-professional working; funding from the diagnostic capacity fund to improve the lung cancer patient pathway, and to evaluate point of care creatinine; how to use benchmarking data and more.