The ISRRT is the Voice of Radiography and Therapy radiation professionals worldwide

   ISRRT Mission Statement

" To improve the standards of delivery and practice of medical imaging and radiation therapy throughout the world by acting as the international liaison organisation for medical radiation technology and by promoting Quality Patient Care, Education and Research in the radiation medicine sciences".


ISRRT Board Members

Standing: Philippe Gerson, Maria Law,Dimitris Katsifarakis (Chief Executive Support Services) Fozy Peer (President), Terry Ell, Tan Chek Wee, Alain Cromp, Stewart Whitley,
Sitting: Sharon Wartenbee, Sandy Yule (ex-CEO), Napapong Pongnapang, Donna Newman

ISRRT World Congress 2018

                   Trinidad and Tobago, 12-15 April 2018

                    Hyatt Hotel, Port of Spain


For direct link to Congress website

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Programme at a Glance

click on: Programme at a Glance.pdf 


Registration Form

Complete Registration Form below by clicking on:

Congress Registration 2018 - Registration Form.doc

or Congress Registration 2018 - Registration Form.pdf  (needs Adobe Reader)

Send completed form to:

 Please note the total amount shown on the Registration Form and pay this amount using the "DONATE"  PayPal button immediately below  


                  For further information click on:


                        and for abstracts and queries click on:




Sponsors for the Congress and the exhibition are welcomed  

For further information click on:  Sponsor commitment form.pdf






The Travel Support Fund of the 2018 ISRRT World Congress

 The International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists ISRRT is pleased to announce that this fund is once again available to assist radiographers and medical radiation technologists from lower and middle income countries, as defined by the World Bank (see: to participate in the 2018 ISRRT World Congress, which will take place from April 12 to 15 in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago. 

 The fund will cover the certain costs of return airfare at the cheapest rate and an amount for the registration fee and incidentals.  Air travel will be arranged by the Trinidad and Tobago travel agency.

 A selection committee will review applications for support. The selection committee members will be identified by the organisations that have made significant donations for the travel fund.

 The judging criteria is as follows:

The applicant has,

  1. Has submitted an abstract that has been selected for presentation. Increased weight will be given to those making oral presentations.
  2. Is a member of the ISRRT Council, representing a country that is up-to-date in its dues payment.
  3. Has committed to sharing the information they will learn at the congress to strengthen their home society and the profession of medical radiation technology, particularly in their own country.  As part of the application, the applicant will be asked to identify how they will do this.  The strength of this proposal will be one of the factors considered by the selection committee.
  4. Has committed to provide, following the congress, a brief report to the ISRRT of one to two pages in which they explain how they addressed selection criteria 3.

Failure to provide a report may result in the payment being reclaimed.

 An applicant will not need to meet both criteria 1 and 2, but will earn higher ranking if they do.

 An application form is available below by clicking:

ISRRT World Congress 2018 Travel Support Fund Application Form.doc



 Associate Members

 Join as an Associate Member,helping the work of the ISRRT.

Associate Membership shall be open to individuals wishing to support the objects of the Society and who support the use of improved diagnostic and therapeutic techniques in medical imaging, radiation therapy, and associated sciences.


 For application form to renew or become a new Associate Member, click: 

Associate Application.doc

For payment click on Payment Method shown below

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Please contribute to the ISRRT Charity

The ISRRT is a UK Charity/not for profit organisation and depends on donations being received. All of those who work for ISRRT do so on a voluntary basis and all donations are used to improve the education of those working in radiation medicine in order to enhance the health of patients.

All contributions are gratefully received - for contributions click below





IAEA launches new E-learning

please visit:


The IAEA has created e-learning program designed to provide continuing education to medical imaging professionals in safety and quality in computed tomography (CT).

Radiation dose management in CT” provides continuing education to health professionals on the safe and effective use of computed tomography (CT). This e-learning course explores the technical applications of patient radiation protection in CT imaging and is available to participants all around the world.


ISRRT Announcements

"Radiographer of the Year 2016"

The ISRRT and Philips are delighted to announce that the winner of  DoseWise Radiography of the Year 2016 is Mr.IM Seyoung

who  is currently a Radiological Technologist at the Samsung Medical Center in Seoul, South Korea.

ISRRT Chesney Research Award

The ISRRT Board are delighted to announce that the award has been made to:

Rebekah Goulston and team

Dental Radiology Department



 World Radiography Educational Trust Foundation

For information please contact:

Free book available for download

"Communicating Radiation Risks in Paediatric Imaging"

A tool for healthcare workers.

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  • 20th ISRRT World Congress in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago

    The 20th ISRRT World Congress will be held in Port of Spain, Trinidad

    Dates are 12th - 15th April, 2018


    Registration Form

    Complete Registration Form below by clicking on

    Congress Registration 2018 - Registration Form.doc

    Send completed form to:

     Please note the total amount shown on the Registration Form and pay this amount using the "DONATE"  PayPal button shown on website  



  • WHO Bulletin July 2016

    Highlights from the July 2016 issue:

    Laws need reviewing for universal health coverage
    Improving the reporting of health estimates
    India grapples with air pollution problem
    Interview: Jeffrey Sachs speaks about health and climate change

    Health policy research lacking in many countries

    Marketing of unhealthy food and drinks to children

    The burden of traffic crashes in 15 countries

    You can now read the Bulletin on a variety of different formats. The journal is now available on electronic publishing devices, Kindle readers and as a Digital Accessible Information System (DAISY) digital talking book.

    Complete list of contents for Volume 94, Number 7, July 481-556.












  • IAEA-EANM Webinar Series on Basic Nuclear Medicine and Paediatric Nuclear Medicine


    Following the vision of the Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging Section (NMDI), Division of Human Health of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to support Member States to improve their capabilities in these medical fields, the NMDI Section, together with the European Society of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) present you a selection of recorded seminars from the series on “Basic Nuclear Medicine”. We are glad to inform you that subsequent seminars in the same series and in “Paediatric Nuclear Medicine”, will be released on a weekly basis beginning from today, each Monday of the week.


    For list of seminars click here: IAEA Seminars.docx

    New seminars in the ‘Basic Nuclear Medicine’ series have been released. To access them please visit the IAEA Human Health Campus website or go straight to the following link;

    Be on the lookout for a new seminar every Monday in the Basic and Paediatric Nuclear Medicine Series

  • WHA67.20 “Regulatory system strengthening for medical products”

    Based on the 67th World Health Assembly Resolution WHA67.20 “Regulatory system strengthening for medical products” adopted  in  2014,  WHO has undertaken a series of activities to scale up and strengthen regulatory capacities worldwide.

    For the purpose of this resolution, medical products include medicines, vaccines, diagnostics and medical devices. It states the importance of the regulations of medical devices as one of the medical products, for better public health outcome and to increase access to safe, effective and quality medical products; and acknowledges the need to support the area of medical devices. The complete text of the Resolution, in the 6 WHO official languages are available.

    WHA67.20 resolution links Arabic Chinese English French Russian Spanish

    Activities related to regulations of medical devices:


    1.       2016 WHO Global Model regulatory Framework for Medical Devices Please find  attached and in our main webpage, the draft document  to support Member States in ensuring the quality and safety of medical devices.

                    which  is open  for a public consultation, therefore you are cordially invited to submit your comments in the attached format, before 2nd September, 2016.


    2.       ICDRA 2016,  will be the 17th International Conference of Drug Regulatory authorities, which includes other health products, particulary medical devices, organized by WHO and Department of Health of the Republic of South Africa and the Medicines Control Council. .

    a.       Take place  in Capetown, South Africa, Please register by 31 August!

                                                                   i.       PREICDRA, 27-28 November, 2016 for industry, civil society, scientific and non governmental organizations, ( fee 500 USD per person)

                                                                 ii.      ICDRA, 29 November to 2 December, ( closed only to national regulatory authorities, no registration fees are imposed, only pre registration )


    3.       IMDRF BRAZIL SEPTEMBER 2016.

    a.       ,  WHO is an official observer and the next meeting will take place in Florianopolis,  12 o 15 September,

    b.      Registration of participants to the open stakeholders meeting is

  • RPop Website August 2016

    Update No. 95, November 2016


    1. Access the new IAEA e-learning course "Radiation dose management in CT”
    2. Read about the IAEA activities:

      Newly produced
      Brochure about RPOP and Film on Radiation Safety

      The IAEA celebrated International Day of Medical Physics 

      Successful group scientific visit at Duke University Medical Center, USA
    3. Learn about the newly launched campaigns of Image Gently called Think-A-head Campaign  and the HERCA’s European inspection campaign in diagnostic radiology
    4. Access Poster on building awareness in pregnancy in Polish  and RPOP Posters about radiation protection of children in interventional procedures in Finnish, radiation protection in fluoroscopy in Finnish, radiation protection in CT in Finnish
    5. Check the updated list of technical cooperation projects in the area of radiation protection of patients
    6. Read about the upcoming School on Medical Physics for Radiation Therapy in Italy 
    7. Latest Literature
    8. Latest News
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