FRCR Physics Notes: Medical imaging physics for the First FRCR examination is out now in paperback
We have been working tirelessly over the last year on this massive update to the well established FRCR physics revision notes at Radiology Cafe. We are delighted to announce that this 3rd edition is now available as a paperback so trainees can annotate and flick through as they revise.
Cover of FRCR Physics Notes 3rd Edition
This third edition includes updates to reflect new legislation and many new illustrations, added sections, an index, corrections, and removal of content no longer relevent to the FRCR physics exam. This edition has gone through strict critique and evaluation by physicists and other specialists to provide an accurate, understandable and up-to-date resource
I worked alongside Dr Sarah Abdulla to make the notes concise and clearly organised with beautiful diagrams to aid understanding. Although aimed at UK radiology trainees, it is also suitable for international residents taking similar examinations, postgraduate medical physics students and radiographers. The notes provide an excellent overview for anyone interested in the physics of radiology or just refreshing their knowledge.
Available to own now in paperback or on Kindle from Amazon
The paperback version is 318 pages, printed in high quality in full colour.
Below is a sample (pages 216-217) taken from the 'Molecular Imaging' chapter of FRCR Physics Notes, explaining the production and generation of radioisotopes.
"Thanks for your book. Helped me clear First FRCR in first attempt"
"Excellent explanation of the fundamentals of X-Ray production"
"Very nice, excellent for residents"
"This book is absolutely fantastic and have had very good feedback from senior years in training too"
"Perfect work, well done"
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We would love your feedback on this new edition
Ideally we would love you to leave feedback on Amazon, however please also feel free to get in touch via the contact us page.
We look forward to hearing from you and we hope you love this latest update to our notes!
This post was written by Dr Christopher Clarke, Consultant Radiologist, Nottingham (UK) at the time of publishing.
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