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British Institute of Radiology
The British Institute of Radiology (BIR), is an international membership organisation for everyone working in imaging, radiation oncology and the underlying sciences. We aim to support the work of our members and their colleagues to achieve professional excellence, provide continuing professional development for our multidisciplinary community, publish cutting edge research for our authors and readers across the world and influence and connect with the wider professional sector.
Embracing the Future
This publication reflects perspectives from around the world in regard to how to better communicate with patients, how to attract new and diverse talent to the profession, and how to best use evolving technology to meet the growing demands for imaging and radiotherapy.
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AI Education Essentials: Governance
The British Institute of Radiology in partnership with Health Education England NHS Digital Academy presenters AI Education Essentials. AI is increasingly being used in medical imaging. AI governance is vital for AI implementation into medical imaging and radiotherapy. It is vital to engage with AI governance for a safe and effective use of AI innovation, to maximise workflow efficiency, patient benefits and staff satisfaction. It is also vital to engage in AI education to ensure seamless AI integration into clinical practice and minimisation of any risks. This presentation will discuss the definition of AI governance, what it entails and delve into each of its constituents, their benefits and challenges and offer future suggestions to support the medical imaging workforce.
Speakers: Dr. Christina Malamateniou; Dr. Shahriar Islam; Dr. Lizzie Barclay; Dr. Camille Vidal, GEHC; Dr. Gerald Lip; Dr. Struan Wilkie; Dr. Catherine Jones; Professor Matthias Goyen, GEHC; and Dr. Anjum Ahmed
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Featured Journal Publication
BJR is an international, multi-disciplinary journal covering the clinical and technical aspects of medical imaging, radiotherapy, oncology, medical physics, radiobiology and the underpinning sciences. BJR is essential reading for radiologists, medical physicists, radiotherapists, radiographers and radiobiologists.
BJR|case reports is the open access case report journal of the British Institute of Radiology and covers radiology, radiation oncology and all related sciences. To submit your work, please log onto our submissions system.