The Australasian Association of Nuclear Medicine Specialists (AANMS) is a representative body of medical practitioners working to promote and advance the practice of nuclear medicine for both diagnosis and therapy.

Ordinary Members of the AANMS must be actively practising nuclear medicine, and must be Fellows of either the Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) or the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR).

Due to the evolving situation with COVID19, there may be some impact on events and AANMS activities.  We suggest visiting the relevant event website or contacting event organisers directly for updated information.  For AANMS activities, please visit the relevant section on the AANMS website and if you require further information, contact the AANMS Secretariat at aanms@aanms.org.au

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The Australasian Association of Nuclear Medicine Specialists (AANMS) is a representative body of medical practitioners working to promote and advance the clinical practice of nuclear medicine for both diagnosis and therapy.
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Membership of the AANMS is open to nuclear medicine specialists, trainee specialists (registrars), and other medical specialists with an active interest in nuclear medicine.
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Our objective is continuously improving the standards of nuclear medicine training and practice in Australia and New Zealand.
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AANMS conducts a series of Programs including:
• Advanced Training in Nuclear Medicine
• Training Sites Accreditation Program
• Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
• PET Training
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Nuclear medicine uses very small amounts of unsealed radioactive materials (radiopharmaceuticals) to diagnose and treat disease.
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Reminder for Nuclear Medicine Specialists: PET TRAINING and CREDENTIALLING

Nuclear medicine specialists who intend to do training in positron emission tomography (PET) must ensure that they submit an application for prospective approval of their PET training to the Committee for Joint College Training (CJCT) in Nuclear Medicine of the RACP and the RANZCR.
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ANZSNM 52nd Annual Scientific Meeting 13 – 15 May 2022

Registration and abstract submission is now open for the 2022 ANZSNM ASM.  Abstract submission closes on 31 January 2022.  Earlybird registration closes on 31 March 2022; standard registration closes on 28 April 2022, and late registration will be available from 29 April 2022.  For more information, or to register and/or submit an abstract, please go to the 2022 ANZSNM ASM website.