The Society of Radiographers, in collaboration with technology firm Philips, has announced that registration for the National Conference for Radiology Managers has now opened.
The event, taking place 23 May 2024, will provide opportunities to learn, catch up with suppliers and pick up the latest product and service news.
Registration is now available for interested attendees to “immerse yourself in the future of radiology".
This year’s conference is the 13th edition, and will be centred around the theme of 'Quality, Leadership and Service,' explored through engaging keynotes, interactive sessions, and real-world case studies.
Richard Evans, CEO for the SoR, said: "I am thrilled to endorse the 13th National Conference for Radiology Managers, jointly hosted by the Society and our College of Radiographers Industry Partner, Philips. I urge all members in imaging that have managerial responsibilities to participate in this essential event focused on quality, leadership, and service.
"Through enlightening keynotes, interactive sessions, and practical case studies, this conference offers a unique platform for learning and networking. Let us come together to shape the future of radiology and champion excellence in patient care."
The full agenda will include:
Speakers will include radiographers, clinical directors, professors, programme managers and radiography and radiology professionals from across the clinical spectrum.
The National Conference for Radiology Managers is a collaboration between the SoR and Philips Healthcare UK. Since its launch in 2011, the conference has gone from strength to strength and is now established as the flagship event for radiology managers.
Held annually in May, the conference attracts more than 200 delegates from across the UK. The exhibitors and networking opportunities form a key part of the programme.
The programme is determined each year by a steering committee with representation from Philips, SoR Professional team and radiology service managers.
It will be held at Pullman London St Pancras, 100-110 Euston Road, NW1 2AJ.
Registration and the full agenda can be found here.
(Image: NCRM 2023, via Eva Slusarek)