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CANM Annual Meeting comes to Halifax
For the first time in 13 years, the 2016 Annual Scientific Meeting for the Canadian Association of Nuclear Medicine will be held in Halifax, hosted by President Dr. Andrew Ross and the Department of Diagnostic Radiology on Aril 21 - 24. The meeting is for physicians, technologists, trainees and others interested in nuclear medicine.
This meeting is a series of interdisciplinary exchanges providing excellent opportunities for participants to interact with colleagues and experts in the field. We will evaluate new trends, technique, therapies and diagnostic procedures in Nuclear Medicine. The CANM Annual Scientific Meeting's main objective is to provide current information about the use of Nuclear Medicine for the treatment of patients.
The meetings run from Friday to noon on Sunday and include 5 main sessions and 2 parallel sessions for technologists.
The meeting also includes a Radiopharmacy course organized by Dr. James Clarke for Nuclear Medicine residents on the Thursday before the main meeting.
In addition to the national and international speakers, local radiologists and technologists will be giving talks at the meeting including :
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