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Invitation to exhibit Spring 2019


The British Nuclear Medicine Society would like to take the opportunity to invite you to exhibit at the UK's largest nuclear medicine conference

BNMS Annual Spring Meeting 2019

1 - 3 April,

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The King's Centre, Oxford

 The British Nuclear Medicine Society (BNMS) and the Nuclear Medicine Industry Association (NMIA) share a common agenda to improve clinical practice, research and the development of nuclear medicine in the UK whilst promoting the clinical benefits of the specialty.

The BNMS with the support of the Nuclear Medicine Industry Association provide a forum for the communication of advances in nuclear medicine through our annual scientific exhibitions.

Sponsorship opportunities 2019




New opportunities for your company brands to be

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Exhibitors' Manual

The Exhibitor Manual outlines all of the logistical details that will help you to make the most of your exhibition experience. There can be a lot to do - but the information provided will help you plan your participation in at BNMS 2019 in a timely, effective manner.

Registration Spring 2019

Registration is OPEN for Spring 2019

Bootcamp - Monday am 1st April

Main Conference - Monday pm 1st April - Wednesday 3rd April
(BNMS Members registering for the 2.5 days can attend the Bootcamp for FREE!!)

Staying for the full conference? Book yourself into the Worcester College University Halls! You can do this as part of the Full Conference Package or separately within the registration

Take a quick look at the College booklet for more detail about accommodation

College Booklet

BNMS Awards Dinner 2019

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The BNMS Awards Dinner is the most prestigious event in the Society's calendar. The event celebrates and recognises the very best in UK nuclear medicine. The highlight of the evening will be the announcement of the winners of awards including:
The Presidents' Medal
The Norman Veall Medal
The BNMS Roll of Honour
The Radiographers, Technologists and Nurses Group Award
Honorary Membership

Medieval Hall New College

The 2019 Awards Dinner will be held in the Medieval Hall at New College Oxford. The Hall, magnificently restored in 2015, is one of the grandest (and tallest) in Oxford or Cambridge.
Dress code - Smart 
The evening includes a drinks reception on arrival and a three course meal with a glass of wine.

BNMS Registration FAQs Spring 2019

Can I book multiple places?

Only one registration place can be booked per email and login. 

Travel and Directions

Full travel details to The King's Centre and a map can be found here

From London airports

From London Heathrow and Gatwick airports, take The Airline coach service, which runs 24 hours a day. You can also get to Oxford by train from Heathrow via London, and from Gatwick via Reading.

From London Stansted airport, take the Stansted Express train service to Liverpool Street and then take the tube to either Paddington or Marylebone for direct trains to Oxford.   Alternatively there is a National Express 757 coach service.



Direct services run from London Paddington (serving Oxford station) and London Marylebone (serving Oxford and Oxford Parkway stations). Other services operate from the north via Birmingham New Street; from the south via Reading; and from the west via Didcot or Reading.

For details and to plan your journey, see contact National Rail Enquiries.

Oxford Railway Station is a 5-10 minute walk from the centre of Oxford. Please use Google Maps or our interactive map to find your way from the station to the part of the University you are visiting.



There are two frequent 24-hour direct services between Oxford and London, the X90 and the Oxford Tube

For information on coaches from other major cities and airports, contact National Express.

The central coach station is at Gloucester Green in the city centre. Please use Google Maps or our interactive map to find your way from the station to the part of the University you are visiting.


Parking in Oxford

Many Oxford streets are closed to traffic and parking is severely limited. Visitors are encouraged to use the five Park and Ride bus services.

Please refer to Oxfordshire County Council's up-to-date traffic information for details of all local road works and any disruptions likely to delay your journey.

Park and Ride

There are five Park and Ride sites which serve Oxford City Centre.

  • Oxford Parkway (north). For satnav use OX2 8HA.  Take the 500 bus to and from the city centre.
  • Pear Tree (north). For satnav use OX2 8JD.  Take the 300 bus to and from the city centre.
  • Redbridge (south). For satnav use OX1 4XG.  Take the 300 bus to and from the city centre. 
  • Thornhill (east). For satnav use OX3 8DP.  Take the 400 bus to and from the city centre.
  • Seacourt (west). For satnav use OX2 0HP.  Take the 400 bus to and from the city centre.

The King's Centre is offering car parking facilities whilst the conference is running, however overnight parking is not possible on site and there are limited car parking spaces available. For more information and how to reserve a car parking space click here If you do wish to reserve a space contact



There are taxi ranks at Oxford Railway Station, Gloucester Green Coach Station and St Giles' in the city centre.

Accommodation at Worcester College Oxford

Worcester is set within 26 acres of award-winning gardens and wooded grounds including a 

Campus maplake and on-site sports fields, just 18 minutes walk from our conference venue. Click on the image to the right to view the campus.