What is the BSIR?

The BSIR is a charitable foundation founded to promote and develop the practice of Interventional Radiology.

What are the main objectives of the society?

  • To support and develop access to high quality information on Interventional Radiology for patients and all healthcare professionals.
  • To support audit and research in Interventional Radiology
  • To support education and training in Interventional Radiology

What is our structure?

Executive Committee

BSIR Council

 

 

Standing Committees

Audit and Registries

 

Communications

 

Education

 

Rules and Membership

 

Scientific Programme Committee

 

Safety and Quality Committee

How do we work?

The society is regulated by a constitution which can be downloaded from the link in the left navigation pane.  Amendments to this constitution can only be made by a vote at the Annual General Meeting of the society which is open to all members of the society.  The executive committee of the society is the BSIR Council who work to support the aims expressed in the constitution and develop strategic objectives for the society which are annually reviewed.  Day to day decisions are taken by the BSIR Council officers; the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

How can I become a member?

Full membership is available to any healthcare professional.   Full Membership incurs a subscription fee of £180 per annum, Junior Membership £80 per annum and Associate Membership is available to nurses and radiographers who are members of SIRNR.  Further information on Membership can be found on the Members page which links from the homepage.  Please direct any membership enquiries to office@bsir.org.