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Affiliated Groups

In addition to their College affiliation, many College Members specialising in particular fields have strong affiliations with professional societies and groups. The College website is happy to host the websites of the following societies and groups:

Radiology Affiliated Groups

International Commission on Radiological Quality and Safety 
The ICRQS is responsible for the radiological quality and safety matters on behalf of the International Society of Radiology (ISR). ISR is a leading global radiology organisation committed to improvements in quality care, patient safety and appropriate use of radiology. The College is a member organisation.

The Interventional Radiology Society of Australasia (IRSA) was established in 1995, from the Interventional Radiology special interest group of the College. IRSA members are mainly radiologists but interventionalists are now drawn from a wide range of specialities such as Vascular Surgery, Cardiology and Neurosurgery. IRSA draws its membership from interventionalists across Australia and New Zealand, as well as from Asia, North America and Europe.

The Australian New Zealand Society of Neuroradiology (ANZSNR)  is a professional society of radiologists with a special interest in the practice of diagnostic neuroradiology, interventional neuroradiology and head and neck radiology.

The Australasian Musculoskeletal Imaging Group (AMSIG) provides a forum for the professional development of musculoskeletal imaging in Australia and New Zealand. The group is also active in promoting education in musculoskeletal imaging, liaison with other similar groups internationally and provides representation on various government bodies. 

Radiation Oncology Affiliated Groups 

The Trans-Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) is Australia and New Zealand's specialist clinical research group for radiotherapy. TROG is a cooperative multidisciplinary organisation dedicated to the control of a wide range of cancers through quality multicentre research.