Education and events

We are now providing a virtual and face-to-face events programme in 2024-25. We endeavour to record all of our events and make them available to those who registered for the event in our online learning library  Some virtual events are free to members. If you would like to take advantage of member rates you can join the BIR here

We offer educational events for radiologists, oncologists, radiographers, physicists and everyone working in radiology and radiation oncology.




Why attend a BIR virtual event? Here’s what people say:

"Very educational. Excellent IT support - SMOOTH!"

"It  was very convenient to do virtually, as I rarely have opportunity to attend."

"Covered topics required to support me in developing local services; virtual makes it far more accessible too (and cost effective) for more of our teams to attend."

"Smoothly and efficiently run; technology worked very well with all speakers being clear and easy to hear."




How much does it cost?


There is a special reduced rate for members to attend events. Some virtual events are free to BIR members. 


Non-members pay the non-member rate. We sometimes offer an early bird rate for events, check out each event for details and charges.

Live webinars
Members and non-members: free
NB: Some webinars are only available to members and these are free.

For more information: Webinars and Events FAQs

Videoed lectures from events and recorded webinars
All free to members and some selected videos and recorded webinars are free to all.


Listen to our free  podcasts which are currently free to all.

Don’t miss the chance to present your work at a BIR event. You can submit your abstract for poster and oral presentations for upcoming events including educational, case reports, audits and research. See the current events requesting abstract submissions and deadlines.


New events

If you have an idea for an event or other educational activity we would like to hear from you. Please complete and submit an event proposal form.


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