Radiology is defined as the specialty encompassing all aspects of medical imaging that yields information regarding anatomical, physiological and pathological status of disease. It includes those interventional techniques necessary for diagnosis, as well as minimally invasive therapy, which fall under the remit of departments of clinical radiology.
The Faculty of Radiologists of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland is the statutory body responsible for training of Radiologists and for certifying their competence for registration and hereby reaffirms that right.
It is a basic tenet of the training programme that the patient’s interest supersedes all other considerations, particularly self-interest, and that at all times the trainee acts with professionalism, integrity and an ethical principle of patient care. Effective communication skills are crucial to this process as well as an ability to act as part of a clinical care team.
Diagnostic Radiology Specialist Registrar Training
Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training (CCST)
This is available to Specialist Registrars upon completion of five accredited years of training. It will only be available after the last day of fifth year. We will not be able to provide CCST earlier than this.
Procedure to obtain CCST
- If all five years of training have been completed with the Faculty of Radiologists we will automatically provide you with CCST. Please ensure that we have the correct postal address on file
- If four years of training were carried out with the Faculty, and the fifth year is to be undertaken abroad, please note that you must be granted prior approval by the Education Committee for the Fellowship year before completion of fourth year.
- If four years of training were carried out with the Faculty, and the fifth year was undertaken abroad, we would require a supervisors end of fellowship report, a copy of the curriculum and an updated cv