Registration for RCR Learning Live 21 is open

The Royal College of Radiologists’ industry-leading global conference will take place online between October 4 – 22, 2021.

Registration for RCR Learning Live 21 is now open and for the second-year running will take place online. Held between October 4 – 22, 2021, the CPD accredited conference will bring together over 2,000 radiologists, oncologists, and allied healthcare professionals from across the world.

This dynamic and interactive digital conference offers high-quality clinical and medical education for both specialties with over 35 CPD sessions taking place in early morning and late afternoon slots with lunchtime symposia. Topics include artificial intelligence, musculoskeletal radiology, proton beam therapy, stereotactic ablative radiotherapy, and the global impact of COVID-19.

There will also be specific sessions for trainees and cross-faculty sessions looking at topics that affect everyone across the globe covering wellbeing, research in the UK, specific sessions on the new curriculum for both radiology and oncology plus e-posters, social activities, networking and much more!

Keynote speakers include Nadhim Zahawi MP, parliamentary under-secretary for state (minister for COVID vaccine deployment), Professor Sir Andrew Pollard, Oxford Vaccine Group will be joining our eponymous lecture presenters, Professor Chris Whitty, chief medical officer for England, Dr John Curtis, consultant radiologist, Aintree University Hospital and Professor Sir Mike Richards.

Booking is now open and early bird registration is available until midnight September 6, 2021. Save 25% when booking 3 or more sessions. Prices start from £20 per session or you can register to attend all sessions in one week for £150. This includes access to on-demand recordings.

View the RCR Learning Live Programme Schedule.

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