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Upcoming Event:
Fall Meeting 2017
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Auditorium
Saturday, September 23rd, 2017
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
6 CE's provided

Free to all members
Registration available soon...


 

Welcome to the home of the

North Carolina Nuclear Medicine Technologists, INC.

 


Use the links above to learn about membership, view photos, see a directory listing, and register for upcoming meetings. Send a message to us and tell us what you want to see on your website. 

 
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New Year,
New SNMMI Awards, Grants, & Scholarships

SNMMI continually invests in the future of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging through awards, grants, and scholarships for nuclear medicine students and professionals. Several of these funds are available exclusively to SNMMI and SNMMI-TS members.
Applications for these 2017 grants, awards, and scholarships are opening soon:
Application Opening Date

2017 ERF-SNMMI-TS Outstanding Technologist Award Open Now!
2017 ERF-SNMMI-TS Outstanding Educator Award Open Now!
2017 Paul Cole Technologist Scholarship
January 2017
2017 SNMMI-TS Career Advancement Grant
January 2017
2017 ERF-SNMMI Molecular Imaging Research Grant for
Junior Academic Faculty
January 2017
2017 ERF SNMMI-TS Bachelor's Degree Completion Scholarship February 2017
2017 ERF SNMMI-TS Advanced Degree Scholarship February 2017
Learn more about how SNMMI can help fund your education and professional development.
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Read here for Health Imaging article


*JOBS* *JOBS * JOBS* *JOBS*
Direct Diagnostic Services is a mobile cardiac company
and needs techs for North Carolina.
Contact Kristina Lail at kristinalail@directdiagnosticservices.com 828-320-2528
 

BREAKING NEWS:

September 13, 2016 -- Supplies of a key radioisotope used in nuclear cardiology scans could be disrupted next month when a Canadian nuclear reactor begins shutting down. U.S. healthcare providers could be left scrambling for new sources of molybdenum-99 (Mo-99) until other suppliers are able to step in and fill the void

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for more:
SNMMI Technologist Section Newsletter March 2016 
Click Here for the newsletter and read the news impacting YOUR job.


Radiologic Technologists Inc. is working closely with state legislators and has drafted a bill for radiologic imaging and radiation therapy professionals. The NC CARE in Radiologic Imaging bill was introduced in the North Carolina legislature in 2013. A House Bill 742 was introduced on April 10 by Representatives Verla Insko and Tom Murry and has been referred to the Committee on Health and Human Services. Senate Bill 390 was introduced on March 20 by Senators Wesley Meredith and Stan Bingham and has been referred to the Health Care Committee.





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What is your technetium-99m made from?

Sometimes a mixture of highly enriched uranium (HEU) and low enriched uranium (LEU). Did you know CMS (Medicare) is offering a $10 additional reimbursement for Tc-99m coming from only LEU? Ask your nuclear pharmacy about this.
 
 
 
Important information useful with Joint Commission surveys!

DOSE REDUCTION CAMPAIGNS (*click on the image to go to the website) 

Radiation Safety in Adult Imaging 



 






 

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