The British Society of Breast Radiology (BSBR) is a specialist organisation for radiologists and other medical and allied healthcare professionals with an interest in breast imaging.
The aims of the BSBR are to foster interest in breast imaging, to support education of breast imaging professionals and to promote research related to the speciality. As a Specialist Interest Group (SIG) of the Royal College of Radiologists, the Society also has a role in developing national guidance and providing advice on professional matters such as workforce planning.
The BSBR is streamlining and improving how we administer your membership. We should be grateful if all existing members not currently on the website directory would take five minutes to register on this site so we can close legacy membership databases and better meet your membership needs please.
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21/2/2023 🆕 The BSBR has clarified its recommendations for the management of breast pain stated in the 4th edition of the RCR Symptomatic & Screening Breast Imaging Guidelines 2019 in a letter available here.
31/1/2023 🆕 Highlights from the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium held in December 2022 have been made available with CPD opportunities here.
19/1/2023 New MDT Neoadjuvant Guidelines have been published by BSBP, ABS, BSBR and the UKBCG and are available here.
27/9/2022 The IBRA-NET National Survey of Localisation Devices & Preferences is available until 31st October 2022. For more information, click here. To go straight to the survey for radiologists & radiographers, click here.
3/7/2022 A hub for audit and research and an archive of BSBR News Letters have now been added to the website for members.
7/5/2022 The Association of Breast Surgery has published the MDT Meeting Toolkit on its website in a more user-friendly format. The toolkit can be found by clicking here.
8/2/2022 The MyPeBS trial is extending recruitment for another 16 months and we are keen to get additional screening sites involved in recruitment in the UK. This is an EU funded study and money is given for recruitment. More Information. Contact the team.
1/2/2022 Helen Elliott at Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is collecting data about attitudes to molecular breast imaging and barriers to its adoption. Complete her survey.
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