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The British Institute Of Radiology (BIR) Launches New Open Access Journal

THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF RADIOLOGY (BIR) LAUNCHES NEW OPEN ACCESS JOURNAL

 
On 21 August 2014, the BIR announced the launch of BJR|case reports, an international open access case report journal of radiology, radiation oncology and all related sciences. The journal will use a continuous publication model and will be published online only on the BIR Publications website, birpublications.org.
 
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Articles will undergo the same rigorous peer review and uphold the same high-quality publication standards as BJR, the BIR’s flagship journal. This important new journal will provide clinicians and researchers with unrestricted access to interesting cases and reports with educational value. Professor Giuseppe Guglielmi of the University of Foggia and the Hospital San Giovanni Rotondo, Italy will be the Editor-in-Chief of the journal.

Announcement from Alliance Medical

Alliance Medical, has secured a deal to become the exclusive UK distributor of IBA’s SPECT radiopharmaceuticals (including Mo-99 generators) as part of their goal to provide a secure supply of radionuclides / radiopharmaceuticals to UK patients and the UK diagnostic imaging market.

Full Announcement pdfHERE

The Development of the Nuclear Medicine Workforce – Have your say

 
In response to ongoing developments impacting on Nuclear Medicine service across the UK, the Society and College of Radiographers in conjunction with the University of the West of England, Bristol, are looking to develop a new professional practice document aimed at supporting the Nuclear Medicine Workforce
 
It is hoped that this document will not only provide a basis on which the future training and development needs of the Nuclear Medicine workforce can be built, but will also provide the opportunity to further define the role of the Nuclear Medicine Practitioner in relation to current government drivers associated with ‘competency based practice’ and ‘patient centred care’.
 
If you are interested in taking part in this important research or would like any further information on the topic please visit the following link or contact Gary2.Dawson@uwe.ac.uk
 
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Excretion factors for radiopharmaceuticals

The Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine (IPEM), the British Nuclear Medicine Society (BNMS) and the Society for Radiological Protection Medical Sectorial Committee, together with Environment Agency representation have conducted a review of the data regarding average excretion factors for commonly used radiopharmaceuticals. To enable simple calculations, average excretion factors have been established for commonly used radiopharmaceuticals. These are given in an IPEM Advice Note.
 

Nuclear Medicine Communications - BNMS Members

One of the key benefits of membership of the BNMS is access to the BNMS Journal, Nuclear Medicine Communications (NMC)

NMC is a rapid communications journal publishing research and clinical work in all areas of nuclear medicine. The journal features original studies, topical and clinically relevant editorials, comprehensive reviews of current practice and literature, technical notes, and reports from international conferences.

The BNMS now provide access to the Nuclear Medicine Communications website to their full members only. The journal is a monthly rapid communications journal publishing research and clinical work in all areas of nuclear medicine for an international readership. In addition to refereed papers, the journal features frankly written editorials, topical reviews, book reviews, and incisive reporting of international conferences.

Authors and readers benefit from the timeliness of the journal's six-month publication time and four week response following the receipt of a paper.

The journal is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a leading international publisher of professional health information for physicians, nurses, specialized clinicians and students.

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EANM - Request for Proposals for Congress Venues 2016 - 2020

The EANM is calling for suggestions for congress venues for the years 2016 - 2020.  Bids are invited from members of the EANM through their selected congress venue.

Please find the specifications for the congress and the guidelines for bidding here:
 
 
Complete “bid books” should be sent to the EANM Executive Secretariat by Monday, September 16, 2013.
 
Please inform the BNMS if you will be bidding to host the EANM meeting in a UK venue by email to charlotteweston@bnms.org.uk.
 

Graham Bull prize in clinical science and Goulstonian Lectureship RCP

RCP announce the 2013 round of applications for the Graham Bull prize.
Deadline for applications 30 April 2013.

See the Royal College of Practitioners link for details.