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UKAS will be attending UKRC 2016, this is the leading and largest diagnostic imaging event in the UK. UKRC builds on its successes year after year, and is always continuing to evolve. The Future Imaging Congress will take place between 6 - 8 June 2016 at the ACC, Liverpool.

The Congress will cover all aspects of diagnostic imaging and oncology. So whether your interests are in clinical service delivery, management, informatics or research, the Congress will always offer exciting sessions and presentations.

The Congress attracts professionals who are interested in imaging in healthcare and diagnostic imaging including radiographers, radiologists, physicists, business managers, radiology, service managers, IT managers, academics, hospital managers, engineers, technicians, purchasing & supplies managers, industrialists, radiotherapists, oncologists, radiation protection advisors and radiation protection supervisors.


The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS)  has been licensed by The Royal College of Radiologists  and the College of Radiographers  to manage and deliver ISAS.

ISAS is a patient-focussed assessment and accreditation programme that is designed to help diagnostic imaging services ensure that their patients consistently receive high quality services, delivered by competent staff working in safe environments. ISAS is the only nationally recognised accreditation scheme available for diagnostic imaging services in the UK and provides an essential framework for services to engage with a key deliverable outlined in the recently published NHS England business plan:

 " ensure that more than 70% of all scientific and diagnostic services are part of accreditation programmes and demonstrate robust quality assurance measures by end March 2015."                                    

                                  -NHS England Putting Patients First, Business Plan 2014-15 to 2016-17

UKAS assesses imaging services against the ISAS Standard and ensures that required standards are maintained through regular monitoring. An enhanced package of pre-application support is available to all services, as well as an optional staged pathway to accreditation during the initial assessment. 

To find out more about ISAS come and visit us on Stand No: 134 at UKRC 2016.