CANM 2021 Annual Conference │ Halifax 2021 │
CANM 2021 Annual Conference │ Halifax 2021 │
CANM 2021 Annual Conference │ Halifax 2021 │
CANM 2021 Annual Conference │ Halifax 2021 │
CANM 2021 Annual Conference │ Halifax 2021 │
CANM 2021 Annual Conference │ Halifax 2021 │
CANM 2021 Annual Conference │ Halifax 2021 │

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WHO WE ARE

The Canadian Association of Nuclear Medicine strives for excellence in the practice of diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine by promoting the continued professional competence of nuclear medicine specialists, establishing guidelines of clinical practice, and encouraging biomedical research. We work with all professionals in nuclear medicine to ensure that Canadians have access to the highest quality nuclear medicine services.


SAVE IMPORTANT DATES - Virtual Sessions

The  CANM is proud to announce a series of Webinars as

well as a one-day virtual.

Mark your calendar and view the full list here.


All virtual sessions will be offered to all CANM members and sponsors 

free-of-charge. 

More information to come about content, registration, and technicalities

to be able to join the sessions


Pour information en français cliquez ici.

  EDUCATION    

  CANM Virtual Sessions &  Nuclear Medicine Courses

Winter School - Dosimetry-Guided 

Treatment Planning for Radionuclide Therapy -  January 20-22, 2021 

More information here





CANM Virtual Session - 

Parkinson: Differential and Diagnosis

Speaker:  Alby Richard

January 27 @7 pm ET

More information here.

CANM Virtual Session - 

Theranostics

Speaker: Stephan Probst

February 24 @ 7 pm ET

More information here.

CANM 2021 Annual Conference - Halifax, Nova Scotia
September 30 - October 2, 2021

More information here:

 

Acquisition of the FDG Canadian distribution business from CPDC by Isologic.

Acquisition will provide hospitals, physicians and patients with a more robust and reliable supply chain for critical diagnostic FDG molecules

December 2020

CANM Guidelines for Imaging of the Dopamine Transport System in Evaluation of Movement Disorders

INTRODUCTION - The Canadian Association of Nuclear Medicine (CANM) strives for excellence in the practice of diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine by promoting the continued professional competence of nuclear medicine specialists, establishing guidelines of clinical practice, and encouraging biomedical research. We work with all professionals in nuclear medicine to ensure that Canadians have access to the highest quality nuclear medicine services.

April 2020



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