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The Role of Structured Reporting in Nuclear Medicine - Survey Endorsed by BNMS

04 July 2019  
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As part of an academic medicine research project at the Royal Free Hospital, we have been studying the role of structured reporting (SR) in nuclear medicine (NM). Our literature review has concentrated on radiology and on surveys done in other countries. At this stage in our project, we would like to assess views and use of SR in NM and in the UK. For this, we would kindly ask for your help. The survey link below will take you to a 10 minute survey . Results will be anonymised. The survey closes in 2 weeks.


If you have any questions, please email:


The British Nuclear Medicine Society is keen to help facilitate and support those who want to carry out surveys of the membership to obtain information that will ultimately be of benefit to our members or the broader nuclear medicine community.
Any proposed survey of the full membership, including those surveys developed by Committees on
behalf of the BNMS must be requesting meaningful information and must be in line with and advance the strategic goals of the Society.  See below the link to the full survey policy.


BNMS Policy on Surveying Members and UK Nuclear Medicine Departments


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