How the Virtual Venue works
Virtual Conference Guide
Once you've registered for the event, you'll be sent instructions on how to gain access to the Event app and or webpage
Our Strong Recommendation
We suggest you use both the computer-browser version and the mobile device app.
Computer-browser version: takes advantage of a bigger screen so you can get a better overview of the conference programme.
Mobile device app: takes advantage of interactivity and includes delegate, speaker and sponsor details and the ability to communicate directly with the conference community and individual delegates, as well as with social media.
How to access the virtual meeting
1. After you book and pay for the conference, you will be included in the list of participants. In due course, you will receive an automated email with instructions on how to get started as you will need to create an account with RD Mobile to access the conference. This email will be sent to the email address you used to book and pay for your place at the conference. You can do this on your computer or a mobile device (tablet, phone etc).
2. Once you have created an account with RD Mobile, you must verify your email address by clicking the link in an email that is sent to you automatically by RD Mobile after you have registered with them. Please check your spam folder
if you do not receive the verification email (search for the email address "firstname.lastname@example.org"). Again, you can do this on your computer or a mobile device (tablet, phone etc). You will not gain access to Eventsential without having completed this step. If you try and log in without verifying, you will get an "Access Restricted" notice.
VERY IMPORTANT: Access will be via links which will only be published in Eventsential
Abstract submission is now closed
Abstracts for the Autumn Meeting are Poster ONLY (they are reviewed but not judged during the event)
Posters will be presented as eposters in the Virtual Meeting app
You will be notified if your poster has been accepted by 13th August 2020.
ABSTRACT INSTRUCTIONS HERE
READ THE NOMENCLATURE GUIDELINES FOR SUBMITTING ABSTRACTS HERE
Author Andy Irwin, Singleton Hospital, Swansea with
the support of Antony Gee, King's College London and Prof Heinz H. Coenen, Research Centre Jülich, Jülich, Germany, co-chairs of the consensus nomenclature rules in radiopharmaceutical sciences intitiave.
The Conference is organised by Dr Chirag Patel from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS trust, Leeds and his local organising committee
Learning Outcomes from this event:
1. Critical evaluation of new developments, standard of care, techniques and technology and service delivery.
2. Review existing professional standards and audit for the delivery of nuclear
medicine services and procedures.
Select the programme image to enlarge
We're going VIRTUAL and keeping fees as simple as possible!
This year rather than group bookings, we are offering the chance to register as a Hub!
This means you can have an unlimited number of people who can group in-person to view the virtual meeting together.
Only the lead of the group needs to register via the system for a total cost of £200!
Why not use this opportunity for your department, members of your trust or just local hospitals who are keen to catch up face to face! FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE HUB FEE HERE
Please note that a Hub Ticket means there is just 1 login to the conference provided to the lead of the group (attendees do not have their own login).
For those of you who can't make it on the day, a Listener fee will become available straight after the meeting.
The sessions will become available to be viewed on-demand a couple of days after the meeting
and interactive features will be disabled.
View the FEES AT A GLANCE HERE
There are no early or late fees this time - just 1 standard rate!
Shortly after registering for the meeting you will receive an email from the app provider to download the event app, please look out for an email from email@example.com
We strongly recommend paying by credit/debit card via our paypal system.
If your trust is paying for your registration fees, please try and pay by credit/debit card and then claim
this back on expenses.
IF YOU NEED TO PAY BY INVOICE
If you require an invoice, please provide the correct billing address and a PO number. (A PO number is essential to ensure your registration is paid by your
International bookings require pre-payment by either debit or credit card.
*You should download the invoice at the time of registration and pass this to your finance department for processing.
Select the Registration FAQs to find out more
As a Virtual Event - social events are focussed on using the Event App, Twitter and our Bespoke platform for sessions
In Sessions – Our bespoke platform will be showing our scheduled talks alongside a chat and Q&A feature.
Want to get in touch with other delegates? – Make use of our Directory to have a 1-1 chat
Share your thoughts! – Make use of the in-app feed for general discussion
Exhibitors - We would like to encourage delegates and exhibitors to get in contact via the in-app Directory. Check out the Exhibitors page to see how you can get in touch with them – Visit the stands in the Virtual Exhibition Hall!
Posters - In order to discuss posters with the authors, you can discuss these via the Poster Abstracts section – select the link to Twitter and discuss the posters with their authors! (You will need a twitter account to post on
- Don't forget to make use of all the social features in the app!
- Post on the meeting feed
- Use the directory to find others attending the meeting and begin a conversation
- BNMS Twitter feed