College of Radiographers

The College of Radiographers is the charitable and educational subsidiary of the Society of Radiographers, the chosen membership body for over 27,000 radiographers and other professionals in clinical imaging, radiation therapy, and oncology.

In addition, the Society has over 3,000 student members. It provides, through monthly subscription, a full range of services, including professional indemnity insurance, professional and employment advice and support and workplace representation.

The College of Radiographers exists for public benefit, with objects directed towards education, research and related activities. An important part of the College’s strategy is engaging with and listening to patients.

A major initiative to support research in radiography is the College of Radiographers Industry Partnership Scheme (CoRIPS), which currently has 33 partners.

The Society and College work towards raising standards across the spectrum of clinical imaging, radiotherapy, oncology practice, and education. The College provides a comprehensive approval and accreditation programme for all pre and post-registration education provision, as well as the accreditation of individual practitioners. The College, in partnership with the Royal College of Radiologists, owns, supports and develops the standard for service accreditation in diagnostic imaging.

Technical and professional guidance, a comprehensive website, publications, journals (including the internationally acclaimed peer-reviewed journal Radiography), seminars and conferences are examples of just some of the benefits available to Society of Radiographers members. Visit our website