Radiology training in the UK

Dr Tim Luijkx and Dr Derek Smith et al.

Radiology training in the UK is a popular and worthwhile specialty.

Training is usually taken over a 5 year period with general training across the first three years and sub-specialty training in the last two years.

Entry to training is nationwide through a central interview process. Entrants are post-Foundation training upwards.

As registrars progress through training, they are expected to pass the FRCR examination.

Radiology programmes generally do well in GMC training surveys, with a total satisfaction score from 2014 trainees of 83.8 1.

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