59th Annual Meeting Program
Our Program Co-Chairs, Peeyush Bhargava, MD, and Dustin Hale, CNMT, along with input from the Program Committee, developed a diverse program directed toward nuclear medicine and radiology physicians, trainees, nuclear medicine technologists, educators, administrators, and scientists who actively participate in clinical or research activities in nuclear medicine.
Global Educational Objectives
Individuals attending this course of lectures should have been able to:
- Discuss the latest advances in the application of Nuclear Medicine Techniques for imaging the heart, brain, gastro-intestinal tract, pediatric patients, and pregnant women
- Describe the role of fusion imaging, and advances in imaging of prostate cancer, gynecologic cancers, and treatment of adrenal medullary tumors
- Explain recent changes in healthcare delivery, utilization, and reimbursement processes
- Review live cases with experts in the field of Nuclear Medicine, CT, and MRI imaging
- Describe new radiopharmaceuticals on the market, as well as those in FDA trials
- Discuss the latest advances in research techniques and the ever expanding role of the technologist in the research setting
The Chapter offered up to 17.5 CEUs of VOICE, CME, ACPE, and CAMPEP credits. For more CE information, please contact the Chapter office.