Will be held at the Assembly Rooms in Bath on 7 September 2016
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GETTING TO KNOW BATH
Recognised as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Bath is the only city in Britain to enjoy UNESCO World Heritage status.
Come to Bath and luxuriate in the natural hot springs at Thermae Bath Spa or indulge yourself in the city’s abundant boutique shops.
With its stylish combination of impressive architecture and breath-taking scenery, Bath is certain to impress.
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VisitBath Tourism Site
The Assembly Rooms is one of Bath's finest Georgian buildings. It also houses the Fashion Museum and its internationally renowned collection of fashionable dress.
The Assembly Rooms are next to the Royal Crescent and Circus, approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the city centre.
14 Presidents of the BNMS reunite to commemmorate the 50th Anniversary of the Society
Middle Row from left to right 6. Dr Sobhan Vinjamuri 2016 - 7. Dr Brian Neilly 2012 - 2014 8. Prof Alan C Perkins 2010 - 2012 9. Prof. Michael Maisey 1978 - 1980 10. Dr David Keeling 1994 - 1996
Front Row from left to right 11. Dr Gill Vivian 2008 - 2010 12. Dr Mary Prescott 2002 - 2004 13. Dr Andrew Hilson 2004 - 2006 14. Prof Ralph McCready 1972 - 1974
Nuclear medicine - Hybrid Imaging: An inter-collegiate statement from the RCP and Royal College of Radiologists
An announcement from the RCP and the RCR regarding the wording of their guidance on this topic can be found on the Royal College of Physicians' website here
The BNMS are responding to the RCR on this issue.
The web-based project is designed for ease of use and upload of the relevant information. The project is entirely anonymous and your centre will be identified only by a number. Patient data is wholly anonymised and known only to your centre co-ordinator.
We are keen to get close to 100% participation and would be grateful if you would consider submitting data for your centre if this hasn't already been done. The deadline has been extended from 4th October 2015 to 4th December, to enable you to take part.
There are important advantages in taking part including feedback on scans and, where appropriate, help to improve the images and quality of diagnosis. Quality improvement is also important for appraisal.
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