The meeting was made up of two parallel sessions for clinicians and scientists in nuclear medicine.
Gastrointestinal investigations, Molecular Radionuclide Therapy, PET, New Technologies, Bone Densitometry and Sentinal Lymph Node Services, Administration of Nuclear Medicine Services.
Exhibition and poster presentations. Lunch and refreshments included throughout the day.
View the Programme here
Talks and Posters (Available to members only)
View the Invited Speakers Talks online here
View the Posters online here
BNMS Autumn Meeting APP now launched!
- In order to obtain your CPD certificate you will need to know your login details for your BNMS account. An email will be sent to you with instructions once we receive payment of your registration fees.
Don't want to use the app? You can use the web version instead https://engagefully.org/Events/Details/12673
App Download instructions:
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Open Eventsential and search for British Nuclear Medicine Society
Use the app to:
Accommodation and Travel
Create your own schedule within the programme
Create your own notes for talks or sessions
View the poster abstracts in full via the app
Submit your feedback for each talk
Find out more about the speakers, exhibitors and sponsors
Create and account and make use of the chat functions within the app
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