New edition of Imaging & Oncology launches in interactive digital format

The Society's Imaging & Oncology magazine is going digital-only after 16 years as a print publication

Published: 01 July 2022 SoR | CoR

Imaging & Oncology is an annual title to coincide with the UK Imaging and Oncology Congress (UKIO), and has been published since 2005.

The 2022 edition is now available in a new digital format, offering readers a highly interactive, immersive experience, that works seamlessly across mobile, tablet and desktop environments.

Click here to read the 2022 edition of I&O

The publication's remit is summed-up in the introduction to the first issue: "The authors were invited to write not because they have the power to peer into a crystal ball and divine our futures, but because they have the abilities to lead and anticipate. The 'blue sky' speculation in the following pages will make you think. Some will infuriate. You will find yourself nodding in agreement and shaking your head in disbelief, maybe both at the same time."

I&O editor Dr Ruth Strudwick, Associate Professor and Professional Lead for Radiography and Interprofessional Learning in the School of Health and Sports Sciences at the University of Suffolk, said: "I think it looks amazing and thank you to all the authors who have contributed to this issue.

"The future direction of the profession is a theme in this edition and, as we start to recover from the pandemic, let us remember just what an adaptable profession we are and be proud of all that we have accomplished. I hope that you will all find something to take away for your own practice. Happy reading."

The current issue includes the following articles:

  • The future of ultrasound
  • Innovations in practice-based learning
  • Embedding a research culture in clinical radiography
  • Supporting the support workers
  • Co-producing the next AHP strategy for England
  • Creative provision of radiotherapy clinical placements
  • Reflections, future innovations and learning from Covid-19
  • What the new Quality Standard for Imaging means to patients and the public
  • Where now for the four-tier structure in clinical imaging?
  • The growth and progression of PET-CT