Radiology is divided into two specialties - clinical radiology and clinical oncology
Clinical oncologists are doctors who use radiotherapy and chemotherapy to treat and manage patients with cancer. They also use a range of other treatments to treat cancers, without using surgery.
Clinical radiologists are doctors who use images to diagnose, treat and manage medical conditions and diseases.
Clinical oncology training is accessed via Core Medical Training (CMT) or Acute Common Care Stem (ACCS). Find out more about the training and development of the clinical oncology pathway.
Clinical radiology is a run-through training programme which means that once a doctor gains a training place it will run all the way until the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) is obtained, provided all exams and assessments are completed. Find out more about the training and development of the clinical radiology pathway.
Look at the person specifications which list eligibility criteria for CMT, ACCS, clinical radiology and entry into ST1 and ST3. They include the personal, academic and clinical criteria on which recruitment is based.