College Position Statement on Computed Tomography and Radiation Risk- Reaffirmed November 2013
The National Screening Unit (NSU), the Cancer Society of New Zealand and The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation: NZ Position - Thermography as a breast cancer screening or diagnostic tool June 2010- Scheduled for review
Position on Teleradiology- Scheduled for review
Position Statement on International Teleradiology- Scheduled for review
Faculty of Radiation Oncology Position Paper on late effects of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma- Scheduled for review
Principles which set out the appropriate standard of behaviour or actions expected by the College. Policies are formally documented and provide a framework within which operating procedures may be developed. Compliance is expected and consequences may follow if policies are not adhered to.
A document offering advice. It may be clinical or non-clinical. Guidelines are not mandatory and there are no enforced consequences for not following them.
A process or series of acts required to achieve an outcome. Will normally have an accompanying policy.
A communication setting out information on behalf of the College. It must be approved by the Board of Directors (Council) or its delegated authority. It may be a College position statement or it may be a consensus statement which has been agreed on by multiple organisations.
Rules which govern a program. Must be adhered to or disciplinary action and/or penalties may apply.