Whether you are a radiologist, radiographer, medical physicist, radiotherapist, oncologist or a company working in the field of radiology, there is a membership to suit you.


The BIR publishes the journals BJR, BJR|case reports, DMFR and Imaging, as well as book titles which are essential reading for radiologists, medical physicists, radiotherapists, radiographers and radiobiologists.


Our educational events provide an opportunity for the sharing of knowledge and discussion. We offer a wide range of engaging programmes across the UK for everyone interested in radiology.


• Special Interest Groups • Regional Committees • Prizes, Awards and Bursaries • Online Journals and Resources • Archives • Links

  • 09 JANUARY 2018

    Publish in BJR|case reports – reduced rates for BIR members

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    18 DECEMBER 2017

    Removal of intravenous forms of gadodiamide (Omniscan) and gadopentetic acid (iv...

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  • 07 NOVEMBER 2017

    Annual Congress 2017: Two day of learning and networking

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    01 NOVEMBER 2017

    How do you solve a problem like reporting?

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  • 17 OCTOBER 2017

    Medical Imaging Partnership joins the BIR

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    09 OCTOBER 2017

    Winner of the inaugural BIR/GE Radiation Safety Award

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  • 10 JANUARY 2018

    Radiotherapy – learning about the HERO project

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    01 NOVEMBER 2017

    Remembering Baby exhibition highlights role of MRI in foetal and neonatal post-m...

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  • 01 NOVEMBER 2017

    How a radiographer is making a difference as a “Freedom to Speak up Guardian”

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    31 AUGUST 2017

    BIR award winning MRI app attracts worldwide interest

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  • 04 APRIL 2017

    Review – The Unofficial Guide to Radiology: 100 Practice Chest X-Rays with Full...

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    02 MARCH 2017

    Hats off to Sir Peter Mansfield (1933-2017)

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  • 13 FEBRUARY 2017

    Breaking the mould – how  radiographer reporting is better for the patient.

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    01 FEBRUARY 2017

    The role of the radiologist when a baby dies

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