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Welcome to UKRC 2013

 

UKRC 2013 is now open for abstract submission click here if you would like to submit your abstract.

UKRC will be taking place 10-12 June 2013 at the ACC Liverpool, for a limited time only you will have the opportunity to register at the 2012 earlybird prices click here to register for you place.

You can also download most of the presentations from UKRC by visiting the presentation section or by clicking here.

UKRC is a three day multidisciplinary Congress covering all aspects of diagnostic imaging and oncology, whether your interests are in clinical service delivery, management, informatics or research, the Congress has exciting sessions and presentations to offer.

UKRC is the leading and largest diagnostic imaging event in the UK:

  • Over 3000 delegates and visitors
  • Comprehensive Exhibition
  • Focus on current and emerging technologies
  • Prestigious international speakers
  • Eponymous Lectures from the UKRC partner societies
  • Opportunity to present your work as an oral, poster or e-poster.

Multiple CPD opportunities; including hands on workshops, sunrise refresher schools, talks delivered by high-profile speakers and accredited education on the stands.

   

Three reasons to attend UKRC:

UKRC is multidisciplinary and comprehensive

Radiology is a team-based speciality. UKRC is unique in delivering a programme based on multidisciplinary working where every team member can benefit from attendance.

This year there are sessions for trainees and nurses fully integrated with the regular diverse programme. Generalists and specialists, managers and clinicians are all catered for.  

Why not consider attending UKRC as a member of a team? There are discounts for departments that register a number of delegates together and the experience of learning together can help to develop stronger team working, benefiting your services.

UKRC is relevant and cutting edge

There are major programme themes addressing the issues that matter to you and your services.  

PACS procurement as NPfIT contracts conclude and as plurality of providers increases is one example.

The new commissioning arrangements for the NHS in England are also covered in detail and these sessions are expected to attract delegates from clinical commissioning groups and trust commercial managers. How to manage seven day working, early diagnosis for improved cancer outcomes and how to do more for less are other essential subjects for anyone in UK radiology.

UKRC provides your team with necessary skills and information to enhance services

Diagnostic imaging is central to modern healthcare. No service provider should under-estimate the impact of radiology in terms of improved clinical outcomes and service efficiency.

In the NHS England context, this is about to be tested through competition as the ‘Any Qualified Provider’ policy is implemented.

It is just as relevant throughout the UK that radiology services need to be operating at the very forefront of best practice. What better way to ensure that you and your department are fully up to date than to get involved in the premier learning event for imaging in the UK?

Of course, the education is not only confined to the scientific programme. The technical exhibition offers unparalleled access to equipment manufacturers, professional bodies and support organisations, many of which will provide accredited CPD opportunities

 

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