ARRS Global Partner

British Institute of Radiology

The British Institute of Radiology (BIR), the oldest radiological society in the world, is an independent multidisciplinary organisation, and a registered charity, whose membership is open to everyone with an interest in radiology and radiation oncology.

We strive to ensure that the potential of image science and radiation technology to prevent, detect and combat disease is fully realised. We believe in the importance of research and education, and we promote collaboration and the sharing of knowledge and understanding.

To help fulfil our aims, we undertake a wide range of activities, including publishing, the organisation of scientific meetings and conferences and the provision of library and information services.

ARRS and BIR leaders met November 2015 to sign a new global society partnership agreement

Read more about this global partnership.

Featured Journal Publication

BJR is an international, multi-disciplinary journal covering the clinical and technical aspects of medical imaging, radiotherapy, oncology, medical physics, radiobiology and the underpinning sciences. BJR is essential reading for radiologists, medical physicists, radiotherapists, radiographers and radiobiologists. The editorial board of BJR features a panel of international experts covering clinical radiology, radiotherapy, radiobiology and medical physics. Our editorial board members provide their expertise and guidance in shaping the content and direction of the journal.

If you are interested in submitting your work to BJR, please read our instructions for authors for help preparing your work and information on the types of manuscripts BJR features.

BJR|case reports is the open access case report journal of the British Institute of Radiology and covers radiology, radiation oncology and all related sciences. To submit your work, please log onto our submissions system. The BJR also publishes podcasts, where you can listen to editors, authors and BJR Publications staff discuss selected articles in BJR, as well as timely topics within the field of medical imaging and the underpinning sciences. We hope these podcasts will provide listeners with further insight into the context and clinical implications of papers, as well as provide the opportunity for discussion within the community. Listen here.