Interviews from RCR19, the UK’s leading professional learning and development conference for clinical oncologists and radiologists organised by The Royal College of Radiologists. Over six episodes, guest speakers from RCR19 talk about key issues and latest developments in medical imaging and cancer treatment. Visit www.rcr.ac.uk to find out more.
Learning from every patient treated with Professor Marcel Van Herk
Dr Ganesh Radhakrishna (consultant clinical oncologist at The Christie NHS Foundation Trust) talks to Professor Marcel Van Herk about his George Edelstyn lecture at RCR19: ‘Learning from every patient treated’. The discussion focuses on the latest technologies and techniques used when treating cancer with image guided radiation therapy. Professor Marcel Van Herk is the Chair in radiotherapy physics for The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and The University of Manchester.
Innovations around reforming the multidisciplinary team meeting (MDTM) with Mr Mark Sibbering
Dr Rowena Johnson (consultant radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals) talks to Mr Mark Sibbering about the breast multidisciplinary team meeting (MDTM). They discuss innovations around reforming the MDTM and the role of the surgeon.Mr Mark Sibbering is a consultant surgeon for University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust.
Artificial intelligence in radiology with Professor Tchoyoson Lim
Dr Rowena Johnson (consultant radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals) talks to Professor Tchoyoson Lim about his RCR19 lecture ‘Preventing errors: artificial intelligence to the rescue?’. Professor Tchoyoson Lim is a senior consultant at the National Neuroscience Institute, Singhealth Duke National University of Singapore.
iRefer with Dr Steve Herman
Dr Rowena Johnson (consultant radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals) discusses the iRefer clinical decision support system with Dr Steve Herman. Dr Steve Herman is the founder and Chief Medical Officer of MedCurrent.
Stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) for colorectal cancer with Dr Katharine Aitken
Professor Mark Callaway (the RCR’s medical director, professional practice for clinical radiology) talks to Dr Katharine Aitken on the role of stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR) for colorectal cancer. Dr Katharine Aitken is a consultant clinical oncologist based at The Royal Marsden Hospital.
Radiology in Ireland with Dr Niall Sheehy & Dr Adrian Brady
Dr Rowena Johnson (consultant radiologist at Oxford University Hospitals) interviews Dr Niall Sheehy and Dr Adrian Brady about current issues affecting radiologists in Ireland. They also discuss the ethics of using artificial intelligence in radiology. Dr Niall Sheehy is the Dean of the Faculty of Radiologists, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Dr Adrian Brady is a consultant radiologist based at Mercy University Hospital, Cork.