Pakistan Journal of Nuclear Medicine (PJNM) aims to contribute towards research and education of physicians in the field of nuclear medicine and allied sciences. The journal shall provide a platform for publishing and disseminating scientific and clinical contributions of the nuclear medicine community nationally and provides an opportunity for exchange of information and collaboration with the international nuclear medicine community at large.
The journal welcomes a wide variety of publication formats including editorials, state-of-the-art review articles, original scientific and clinical research papers, case reports, interesting scans, letters to the editor etc.
PJNMed is the official journal of Pakistan Society of Nuclear Medicine.About Journal Editorial Board
Pak J Nucl Med. Online First
Online First Articles are accepted, peer reviewed manuscripts that are not yet assigned to an issue, but are citable using DOI
The Asian Nuclear Medicine Board has a new website ANMBoard.org... it has ANMB information that is pitched at the ANMB alumni and of course those who might be interested in future exams. There is also:
Dr. Rashid Hashmi, University of New South Wales, Australia will be delivering a lecture on Musculoskeletal SPECT/CT on 9th August at 4.00 am GMT (6.00am CET).
This will be a 90 minute event with the last 30 minutes dedicated to discussion. No prior registration is required. Install Zoom on your device PC, Linux, IOS or Android via:
meeting ID: 341 812 4682
To counteract the rapid spread of this contagion, Government of Pakistan has imposed a partial lockdown in the country since 23rd March 2020. Healthcare services are one of the essential services, which are working at its plausible capacity even under these restrictions. Nuclear medicine being a part of healthcare services has to rapidly embrace the shifting paradigms of patient care. New guidelines and standard operating procedures need to be developed to continue essential nuclear medicine services to prevent spread of this highly transmittable infection among staff and patients. These recommendations and guidelines should be safe, reasonably practical, and in line with the international, national, and hospital policies to combat COVID-19. This article offers a few suggestions and recommendations for efficient and safe delivery of nuclear medicine services.
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