The RCC’s Specialist Faculties

The RCC recognises a number of areas of special interest and, where these are partnered with formal postgraduate study and/or special knowledge and experience, Specialist Faculties have been established. These Specialist Faculties have the following role:

  • To recognise experience and qualifications relevant to each subject area
  • To foster open inquiry and debate among practitioners and the wider healthcare community
  • To encourage further, relevant continuing professional development and M-level study
  • To define and uphold the competencies of Specialist Faculty members as they pertain to each subject area
  • To review, disseminate and develop the evidence-base in each subject area
  • To support specialist faculty members in developing and extending skills and knowledge in relevant subject areas

Specialist Faculties have been established in the following areas:

  • Sport & Exercise
  • Pain
  • Paediatrics
  • Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation
  • Imaging
  • Animal

Click here to find out about joining an RCC Specialist Faculty.