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Scientific & Education Committee
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The British Nuclear Medicine Society (BNMS) established the combined Scientific Committee and Education Committee in 2016.

The mandate of the Scientific and Education Committee is to develop an education and scientific programme, nominate invited speakers and the chairs of sessions.

The remit of this committee is to provide resources and encourage the provision of education and training to support Continuing Professional Development/Continuous Medical Education and work towards revalidation. The Education Committee is Multidisciplinary, consisting of Nuclear Medicine Physicians, Clinical Practioneers, Physicists, Nurses and Radiopharmacists.

Terms of Reference

The co-Chairs of the BNMS Scientific and Education Committee are Dr Sabina Dizdarevic and Dr Vineet Prakash.


Dr Sabina Dizdarevic
Nuclear Medicine Physician
Imaging and Nuclear Medicine Department
Royal Sussex County Hospital


Dr Vineet Prakash
Nuclear Medicine Physician
Nuclear Medicine
Royal Surrey County Hospital

Contact email


Committee Members

Teresa Szyszko

Beverley Ellis

Brent Drake

Francis Sundram

Jilly Croasdale

Manil Subesinghe

Parthiban Arumugam

Vineet Prakash

Andy Irwin

Ian Armstrong

Nick Gulliver

Andre Nunes

Greg James

Andre Nunes

Fahim Ul Hassan

Malavika Nathan


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