An exciting opportunity currently exists for a motivated, team orientated and high performing Nuclear Medicine Technologist to join Canberra Diagnostic Imaging in the ACT on a full time basis.
This year we have responded to great feedback from past delegates. Each day will start with a state-of-the-art plenary session for all. After this, Saturday we will break into 4 streams with a focus on scope of practice (nuclear medicine, radiography, pharmacology and CT licencing). Sunday after the plenary we will break into 4 streams for advanced practice 9ECG performance/interpretation, radiography interpretation, nuclear medicine interpretation and CT licencing).
Now in our 15th year! The RAINS/CSU Symposium has proven to be an excellent forum for delegates to update their skills and enjoy time with colleagues.
The RAINS committee is pleased to launch our new website which we hope will benefit the membership. Enriched with new functionality designed to streamline communication and our knowledge base, the new website will be promoted at this years conference in Sydney.
A memorandum of understanding (MOU) has recently been signed between the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists and RAINS whereby the Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Sciences (JMRIS) will become the official journal of RAINS. The goal of this partnership is to provide RAINS members with online access to JMRIS to expand the scope of the dedicated readers and authors. More details to come…