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Welcome to the Volunteer Zone of the BNMS

Thank you for visiting our volunteers area; below you will find information on current vacancies and opportunites available through out the year. 

We may be in need of your very skills and appreciate what time and resources you are willing to give.

To apply or request further details on any of the roles listed, please email us at

Student Volunteers

Student volunteers

The BNMS conference organising committee is looking for BNMS Student Members to assist on site during the BNMS Annual Spring Meeting.

Giving all our student members the opportunity to attend and contribute to one of the most prestigious conferences in the field of nuclear medicine.

Can you volunteer at our next BNMS Spring Meeting?

The BNMS Spring Meeting in May will be an exciting milestone in nuclear medicine and we would love to have you with us on our team!

Did you know student members of the BNMS get free registration to this scientific meeting? Find out more here

Being a student volunteer gives you the opportunity to be involved with the BNMS behind the
scenes – working with the venue, speakers, symposia organisers and on various events taking place throughout the meeting. You will interact closely with researchers, academics and practitioners from various disciplines and meet other students.

Everyone can Engage with the BNMS

Volunteers fulfil vital functions such as serving on committees, facilitating conferences and workshops and serving on task forces and working groups. Members of the BNMS have many opportunities to get involved in different aspects of the Society's work and support our daily business activities. Depending how much time and commitment you are willing/able to dedicate, often commitments can be upheld remotely so that no travel is required, others will require more time and travelling to meetings. Where this is the case, expenses are covered by the Society.

See what we have already accomplished with your help here


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BNMS Groups and Committees

If you are interested in getting involved on one of the BNMS groups and committees we would like to hear from you. Please email the chair of the committee of interest, in the professional groups listed below:

Nominations for new members for the BNMS Council are requested each year in autumn to replace trustees whose term of office has expired, this is announced in the members' newsletter and a nomination form are available online.

RCP Careers Day ( from left to right) Dr Sabina Dizdarevic, BNMS Council member and Deena Neriman, BNMS Trainee Representative


Professional Standards Committee
Scientific and Education Committee
Molecular Radiotherapy Group
BNMS Radiographers, Technologists and Nurses Group

Other Volunteer Opportunities

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Opportunities are also available to to contribute to the current development of the Society's procedures and guidelines. You can view our list of guidelines and consultations that we produce here.


Our BNMS newsletter is circulated to all our members every month. Whether you're running a course, conducting a survey or your department has been nominated for an award we want to know.
We also rely on our members to inform us of news items which may be of interest to feature in our news area of the BNMS website.


We often need help with BNMS IT systems and the website. If would like to help us out on an adhoc basis we would be grateful to hear from you, please email us at


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Can you help the BNMS increase its online presence in the world of twitter? We are calling all social media gurus to help us spread the word.

We can re-tweet your news so feel free to visit our twitter page and follow us for nuclear medicine updates.

Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering for the BNMS or would like to suggest other activities.

BNMS Procedures and Guidelines - Register Your Interest

The British Nuclear Medicine Society has been at the forefront of guideline production for over 20 
years. Procedural and Clinical Guidelines representing good clinical practice have been developed 
across a wide variety of indications ranging from generic to specialist topics. BNMS Guidelines are 
based on available evidence, are regularly updated and are available to download free.
We are inviting all BNMS members to contribute to the current development of the Society's procedures and guidelines.  See below the list of guidelines that we currently produce:
Not a member? Join us and help us today