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Radiographers, Technologists & Nurses Group

BNMS Radiographers, Technologists & Nurses Group

Change of name for the BNMS Clinical Practitioners Group

BNMS Nurses' Association

What does a Nuclear Medicine Technologist do?

What does a Nuclear Medicine Nurse do?

The Register of Clinical Technologists

Guidance for nurses

Professional Development

Guidance for overseas technologists and radiographers wishing to work in UK

University of the West of England talks at BNMS Spring 2011

Clinical Practitioners Group Constitution

2011 Clinical Practitioners' Annual Report


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