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Nuclear Medicine featured in RCP Specialty of the Month

15 January 2019   (0 Comments)
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Considering taking a career in Nuclear Medicine?

Now is the time to visit RCP's website featuring Nuclear Medicine as specialty of the month.

The Royal College of Physicians talk to some of our members of the BNMS about the speciality, why they chose nuclear medicine, what the training is like and why trainees should choose it as a career.

Our President Dr Alp Notghi, provides insight on the biggest challenges and developments in nuclearmedicine and how to make the most of your training.

Thanks go to Deborah Pencharz and Brent Drake who contributed to the development of this page on behalf of the BNMS in order to raise the profile of nuclear medicine.

Go to RCP Specialty of the Month- Nuclear Medicine

Hear from Dr Deborah Pencharz, ST5 in nuclear medicine, talking about why she chose nuclearmeds, what the training is like and why trainees should choose it as a career:


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