The Clinical Imaging SIG is a multidisciplinary group. We welcome radiologists, physicists and radiographers. The group promotes and facilitates teaching and research in clinical radiology and related fields.
The SIG organise one-day meetings on specific topics of current interest.
Latest SIG news – March 2021
- The SIG welcomed new Chair, Ali Shah, a Consultant Radiologist at St George’s University Hospital, who has taken over from Kannan Rajesparan. Kannan has joined the BIR’s Council as Honorary Secretary but will also stay part of this group.
- Don’t miss the SIG’s next event: Paediatrics for the general radiologist Part 2 on 230421. This virtual event is taking place on 230421 starting at 13:30 and is a broad based teaching study day covering a wide range of topics.
- A number of other events are in the pipeline so watch out for more information on these soon:GI imaging, rheumatology, Spinal Imaging and Post-treatment imaging.
The SIG organised two great events in the last few months: Paediatrics for the general radiologist (Part 1) –131120 and Gynaecology Imaging (Part 3) – 140121.If you registered for these events at the time, you can watch for free now, but, if not, keep an eye out for the pay-per-view’ service which will allow anyone to purchase on-demand access to past virtual events. There will be special discounts for BIR members.
Other BIR activities and resources
- Check out the BIR’s impressive collection of videos and courses in the Online Learning Library (OLL).
- The BIR has launched a series of video courses and the first two are now available to purchase: Radiation Safety 2021 and Dose 2021 Part 1 “Understanding the principles of optimisation and safety”. Dose 2021 Part 2 “Optimisation and safety in practice” will follow in a few weeks. Special rates for BIR members and group packages are available.
- The 2020 Annual Congress was adapted to a virtual format and was the most successful to date. If you missed it, many of the presentations can be found in the Online Learning Library
- Pre-funded Open access publishing- you can now publish your work in BJR or DMFR at no cost to you as long as the corresponding author is affiliated to a participating university. Find out more here.