- Faculty of Radiation Oncology Council
- Faculty Standing Committees
- Tripartite Committee
- Faculty Special Interest Groups
- Faculty Strategic Directions 2012-2016
- Faculty of Radiation Oncology By-Laws
- Tripartite Strategic Plan 2012-2022
- Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health
- eviQ cancer treatments online
Faculty of Radiation Oncology
The Faculty of Radiation Oncology, RANZCR, is the peak bi-national body advancing patient care and the specialty of radiation oncology through setting of quality standards, producing excellent radiation oncology specialists, and driving research, innovation and collaboration in the treatment of cancer.
The Faculty vision is to have an innovative, world class radiation oncology specialty for Australia and New Zealand focused on patient needs and quality.
In undertaking our activities and in managing the way we interact with our Fellows, trainees, members, staff, stakeholders, the community and all others with whom we liaise, the Faculty of Radiation Oncology, RANZCR, will demonstrate the following values:
- Quality of Care – performing to and upholding high standards
- Integrity, honesty and propriety – upholding professional and ethical values
- Patient orientation - understanding and reflecting the views of Fellows and members and working with them to achieve the best outcomes
- Fiscal responsibility and efficiency – using the resources of the College prudently.
The Faculty is committed to advocate for the best possible care for individual patients in multidisciplinary meetings and for all patients with government. We strive for best practice and ensure that patients across Australia and New Zealand receive a high-quality, timely and appropriate level of care.
The Faculty's commitment to quality, continuous improvement and best practice is generally reflected in the Faculty activities. The Faculty has developed a number of key position papers with the view to achieving higher quality standard.