RCR Learning Live 21 is The Royal College of Radiologists’ 2021 global annual conference. Held between 4 to 22 October, this fully interactive online event will take place over three weeks offering high-quality clinical and medical education for radiologists and oncologists. Specific sessions for trainees and cross-faculty sessions will look at topics that affect all those across the globe working in imaging.
The CPD accredited programme provides a convenient and flexible way of learning with a programme of morning and evening sessions and lunchtime symposia (BST), plus access on-demand for three months, so our programme can be accessed anytime and anywhere.
Join our diverse programme and:
Access over 35 CPD sessions including radiology sessions, oncology sessions, contouring workshops, hands-on outlining experiences and wellbeing sessions
Hear from keynote speakers including Nadhim Zahawi, parliamentary under-secretary of state (minister for COVID vaccine deployment), Professor Sir Andrew Pollard, Oxford Vaccines Group and Dr Jeanette Dickson, president, Royal College of Radiologists
Explore hundreds of e-posters covering a wide range of scientific and quality improvement projects showcasing innovative ideas and approaches at improving patient care that you could apply in your own setting
Connect with your international colleagues and build your professional network. Engage with industry partners in real-time via live chat and meetings
Enter our new creative competition and the chance to win a free place at the 2022 annual conference.
To secure your place book online. All bookings made before midnight 6 September will save 25% with early bird rates. For further information please contact the organisers on +44 (0)20 7406 5942 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vaccines session summary
We are excited to announce Nadhim Zahawi MP, parliamentary under-secretary of state (minister for COVID vaccine deployment) will be speaking on Thursday 14 October, 08:00-10:00 (BST) in our session Pandemic and vaccines - a reality check. He will be joined by Professor Sir Andrew Pollard, Oxford Vaccines Group and Dr Jeanette Dickson, president, The Royal College of Radiologists. This session will draw upon their insights in combatting the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK and provide reflection on the lessons learnt and future planning for the next global pandemic.
Please see below for their programme.