British Nuclear Medicine Society
Roll of Honour est. 2017
Honouring and remembering those distinguished members who contributed to the history of nuclear medicine in the UK and to the BNMS.
2017 Prof Ignac Fogelman 1948 – 2016 Guy’s Hospital, London†
About the Roll of Honour
The Officers may appoint to the BNMS Roll of Honour, a small number of highly distinguished members who have played significant roles in the history of the specialty.
This honour may be awarded posthumously. Where possible the testimonial is presented to the next of kin.
Nominations will be accepted annually with a deadline of 31st December for awards in the subsequent year.
Below are links to various articles relating to how Brexit will impact on Nuclear Medicine.
The Chair of the PSC, Dr Margaret Hall's term of office is coming to an end at the AGM 2017, taking place at our Spring Meeting in Birmingham in May.
The BNMS are pleased to announce the Travelling Fellowship Award 2017 has been awarded to Dr Amit Parekh of Southmead Hospital, Bristol.
The society has agreed to award £1000 to support a two week observorship at the Memorial S19oan Ketting Cancer Centre in New York, USA.
We cordially invite you to attend our forthcoming meeting on the 8th February 2017.
"Role of Nuclear Medicine in Managing Neuroendocrine Tumours: Innovating to Improve Outcomes"
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PROGRAMME- jointly developed by BNMS and UKINETS
VENUE INFORMATION - Austin Court, 80 Cambridge Street, Birmingham B1 2NP
There will not be a call for abstracts for this meeting
The Nuclear Medicine Department at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital have received two awards this year!
They are a winner of the 'Make a Difference Award 2016' (for work done in 2015)
In addition they were also the finalists in the NHS North West Leadership Awards - in the category 'Living the Values'.
The Royal College of Radiologists, the Royal College of Physicians of London, the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow, the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh and the British Nuclear Medicine Society have released a new document, Hybrid imaging guidance on legislative, reporting and training aspects which is available to download.