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Honorary Membership
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Among the most prestigious awards of the Society, Honorary Membership is an award made after careful consideration and scrutiny in recognition of exceptional services to the science and practice of medicine at the discretion of the BNMS Council.

  • The criteria for honorary membership are that the member
  • has distinguished themselves extraordinarily with their activities for the Society and/or in their contribution to the field of nuclear medicine
  • has retired from clinical or other professional work
  • has been an active member of the Society for a substantial period

Honorary membership does not come with full member benefits however Honorary members receive  the editorial of NMC and free registration to the Annual Spring Meeting.

Some Honorary members may choose to continue their full membership subscription in order to receive full membership benefits including our journal Nuclear Medicine Communications (NMC) and voting rights.



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