The Radiography Research Network (RRN) is a service of the EFRS and is only accessible for members of the EFRS member national Radiographer Societies and staff and students of the EFRS member education institutes.
Under "about EFRS" - members - on this site you can check if your national society or university is an EFRS member organisation to apply for access to the RRN with them.
In this network, that integrates functions similar to LinkedIn, research gate and other social media platforms you will be able to contact other researchers, exchange information, publish documents, create groups, post messages etc.
With the aim to promote evidence based practice through increased knowledge of radiography-related research, the EFRS promotes professional journal discussion activities in medical imaging and radiotherapy departments as well as in academic institutions.
This requires clinical radiographers or radiography students or lecturers to meet informally in groups (Journal Clubs) to discuss journal articles related to their clinical/teaching practice.
Download the EFRS Journal Club Guidance document
Did you know that Radiographers can join the European Society of Radiology (ESR) as full member for only 11 euro a year with many benefits in return, like for example a considerable fee reduction for the European Congress of Radiology ?