About the BSBR

The British Society of Breast Radiology (BSBR) is a specialist organisation for medical professionals, consultant radiographers and advanced radiographic practitioners with an interest in breast imaging.

The aim of the BSBR is to foster interest in breast imaging, to support education of breast imaging professionals and to promote research. It 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.

To register now click here.

Notices

7/7/2021 Please click here to see an update from the National Breast Imaging Academy.

3/7/2021 Click here to take part in the University of Aberdeen hosted survey capturing the opinions of breast imaging specialists in the use of artificial intelligence in breast screening for the Innovate UK iCAIRD project.

22/04/2021 The NBIA is now seeking sites to host Fellows on the third cohort of the its training scheme.  Breast teams can either put their units forward independently or now to work in conjunction with others.  Please see the attached letter from the Radiology Lead here for more information.

14/01/2021 Breast teams are asked to consider hosting a breast clinician trainee through a third NBIA cohort, either independently or in conjunction with others. Please see the attached letter here from the NBIA Radiology Lead and find further information on the NBIA and RCR websites.

17/10/2020 The BRAID (Breast Screening - Risk Adaptive Imaging for Density) study team is looking for more centres to participate in the trial. If you are interested and have abbreviated breast MRI and CESM capacity, please contact:
Miranda Townsend (mjt205@medschl.cam.ac.uk), Project Manager, or
Jaimie Taylor (jst50@medschl.cam.ac.uk), Project Coordinator.

Click here for more information about the BRAID Trial.