Fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists

FRCR - About the Programme

With over 11,000 Fellows and members worldwide, The Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR) exists to lead, educate and support doctors who are training and working in the specialties of clinical oncology and clinical radiology. The successful FRCR radiologists working in more than 100 countries including India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and many more.

MRCOG Training Hospitals in India

Exam Format (CBT)

I. First FRCR – Anatomy
100 images of 90 minutes duration First FRCR – Physics

II. Final FRCR 2A – 2 papers sat on the same day; each paper containing 120 single-best-answer questions (240 questions in total).
Duration: 3hrs

III. Final FRCR 2B – a reporting session – Examined with 30 plain radiographs in 35 minutes, a rapid reporting session – Comprises of 6 cases within in a duration of 75 minutes and an Viva – 2 images in 30 minutes.

For details regarding Exam dates, fees, exam centres, etc. kindly visit FRCR website

First FRCR: https://www.rcr.ac.uk/clinical-radiology/exams/frcr-part-1-radiology-cr1

Final FRCR 2A: https://www.rcr.ac.uk/clinical-radiology/exams/frcr-part-2a-radiology-cr2a

Final FRCR 2B: https://www.rcr.ac.uk/clinical-radiology/exams/frcr-part-2b-radiology-cr2b

Clinical Rotations for 2 Years – SPIME

1Interventional Radiology / Angiography
2Cardiac Radiology
3Nuclear Imaging
3MRI Scan
4CT Scan
5Obstetrics / Gynecology (USG)
7Oncological Imaging
8Neuro Radiology
9Emergency Radiology
10Doppler Imaging
12Conventional Radiology and Special Investigations
MRCP training hospitals in India

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