Please note: This event was due to take place on Monday 16 March to Tuesday 17 March and has been postponed to Saturday 12 September to Sunday 13 September 2020. We apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.
This two-day event remains the only annual meeting in the UK that focuses on improving patient care in a clinical environment. Hear from world-renowned international experts about their clinical experiences and challenges as well as share your own experiences in a supportive friendly environment.
Join us for an up to date overview of the current clinical applications and the emerging role of PET CT. A particular highlight of this year's meeting is a lecture on the new generation of fast PET CT scanners that is anticipated to revolutionise the use in patient care.
Take a look into the future of PET CT, and embark on a journey from research to clinical usage. You will witness the steps taken to ultimately contribute to improving the care of people who require PET CT scanning.
20% discount available for delegates attending both days of this meeting.
- Learn the current best practice with regards to clinical use of PET CT scanning
- Recognise the pitfalls that can occur on PET CT scans in people with complex clinical problems and modern cancer treatments
- Know some of the more unusual technical artefacts that can occur with PET CT scanning
- Get a clear understanding of the role of PET CT in non-cancerous diseases
- Identify the most recent advances in PET CT that can have an impact on clinical care
- Appreciate the processes and challenges of introducing new PET CT tracers in the NHS
This meeting will be of interest to radiologists, nuclear medicine physicians, clinical oncologists, oncological surgeons, healthcare managers, commissioners of healthcare, PET CT physicists.
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We would like to thank our exhibitors:
Alliance Medical Limited, Blue Earth Diagnostics Ltd, GE Healthcare and Siemens Healthineers
Please note that none of the companies listed have had any influence or involvement over the agenda, content or organisation of this meeting.
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