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The International Virtual Conference on Theranostics (iViCT 2019)
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04/09/2019 to 05/09/2019
When: Wednesday, September 4, 2019
9:10 AM
Where: United Kingdom

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It is with great pleasure that the section of Nuclear Medicine and Diagnostic Imaging at the IAEA’s Division of Human Health introduces the first virtual conference hosted by the IAEA. 

The International Virtual Conference on Theranostics (iViCT 2019) will provide health professionals worldwide with a forum to review the status and trends in theranostic approaches for the management of patients with NET, prostate and thyroid cancers, as well as the way forward using personalized medicine.

A renowned group of international experts will be joining us as lecturers and panellists. All virtual attendees will have the opportunity to actively participate through virtual case reviews and chat rooms.

Date: 4th-5th September 2019

The main sessions on NET and prostate cancer will be conducted and livestreamed twice to cover different time-zones.

Access to the livestream does not require registration and will be provided through the IAEA's Human Health Campus at the link provided below. The iViCT 2019 agenda may also be found here.

However, to be able to be awarded CME credits, please officially register to the livestream by sending an email toivict2019@iaea.orggiving your full name, profession, country and institutional name. You will receive an email with the necessary information to access additional conference information using the ‘IAEA Conference and Meetings App’. The App is supported onAndroidandIOSplatforms and can be easily downloaded on your mobile device.

Apart from being able to partake in the short evaluations (compulsory to acquire CME credits), registration also allows virtual attendees to actively participate during the interactive case review sessions and communicate with speakers.

Livestreaming will begin 30 minutes prior to the start of each session.


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