Association of
Nuclear Medicine Physicians of India
Association Of
Nuclear Medicine Physicians Of India
ANMPI News
ANMPI News
Date : 24-08-2019
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The 3rd Annual National Practical Workshop for DNB/MD residents was conducted under the aegis of ANMPI, on the 24th & 25th of Aug 2019 at Fortis Hospital, Gurugram. 25 residents attended the program from institutes all over the country. Dr. C S Bal, Dr. Venkatesh Rangarajan, Dr. Anish Bhattacharya, Dr. Ishita Sen & Dr. Vineet Pant were the course mentors along with Dr. Parul, Ms. Prabhneet and Ms. Taran. The candidates were trained and instructed on all aspects of practical nuclear medicine exam, including case presentations, scan reading and physics practicals.
Date : 05-07-2019
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Dear all ANMPI members, This is for your kind information that number of candidates/nominees applied for ANMPI executive committee election (session 2019-2021) is equal to number of posts [except Treasure (no application received)]. Their credentials and nomination forms of nominees are found to be appropriate. As number of nominees are equal to number of post, all nominees have been declared elected unopposed. Hence the further election by ballot has been cancelled. As per current EC committee decision the council will be formally declared in the annual general body meeting at ANMPICON 2019. Dr. Hemant Khandare Election officer (ANMPI election 2019-21) Consultant- Nuclear Medicine, Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai.
Date : 18-07-2019
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The department of Nuclear Medicine at St Gregorios International Cancer Care Centre, Parumala Pathanamthitta, Kerala, in association with ANMPI conducted a CME program on management of differentiated thyroid cancer - “Cancer De La Thyroide” on 28th of June 2019 in the hospital. The inaugural session was chaired by the CEO of the hospital Rev Fr M.C Poulose. The academic program was divided into three sessions – Session one “ Nodule to knife”; session two “Knife to life” and session three “ Quizathon – Run for Fun”. The first two were purely academic sessions which comprehensively covered the management of thyroid cancer right from evaluation of thyroid nodule to management of metastatic thyroid cancer with newer molecules. The lectures were given by senior and renowned faculty from the departments of radiology, pathology, head and neck oncosurgery, nuclear medicine, endocrinology and medical oncology. There was active interaction and discussions following each talk with active participation from the delegates. The meeting was attended by over 85 delegates including 35 resident doctors mainly from general surgery departments of various medical colleges. The delegates had come from various hospitals extending across Kerala. The academic sessions were followed by the infotainment quiz “Quizathon – Run for Fun” for the resident doctors. Eight teams from medical colleges all over Kerala registered for the quiz and following a screening session (written exam) best five teams qualified for the Quizathon. The one hour quiz on thyroid comprising of five rounds was the highlight of the program with audience questions with prizes ensuring active participation from the audience. Cash prizes worth Rs 15,000 were distributed to the first three winning teams.
Date : 10-06-2019
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Proposal for starting an All India Advanced Fellowship in Nuclear Oncology under the aegis of the Association of Nuclear Medicine Physicians of India This is a proposal for starting an All India Advanced Nuclear Medicine fellowship program under the aegies of the Association of Nuclear medicine Physicians of India. The duration of this fellowship would be one year maximum extendable to two years. The program will aim to provide extensive training in the diagnostic and therapeutic use of nuclear medicine in the field of oncology. The detailed program curriculum and the responsibilities of the fellow is attached as a separate document A core group of senior members from ANMPI would lead this program. This group include those members who have a rich academic, teaching and research experience. The core group would identify the centres of excellence across the country. A proposed application form for the centres is attached. Once identified these centres would then nominate one or two candidates each year for the program. The nominations would need to be approved by the core group from ANMPI. The nominated candidates could then undergo the fellowship training programme in the said institutes. ANMPI could organize an annual contact program which would provide didactic and classroom style teaching to the fellows with special emphasis to radiation physics, dosimetry and biomathematics. The contact program could be held during or around the annual ANMPI conference. The fellows could also be given free registration at the ANMPI conference and some priority in receiving travel grants  At the end of the fellowship program there could be an annual fellowship assessment exam whereby the core group members could assess the fellows and issue certificates to those fellows found to be eligible. During the course of their tenure all fellows need to publish at least two original papers in indexed peer reviewed journals. ANMPI should get credit for all these published papers. The fellow also should have taken at least 20 intra department teaching sessions/seminars/journal club sessions during the tenure. A record of these sessions should be maintained in the fellowship book. During their fellowship tenure the candidates would receive financial remuneration similar to the salary of a senior resident in the institute where he/she is doing the fellowship. The cost of the remuneration would be borne by the institute The candidates would have to pay a small fee to ANMPI worth Rs 25000 for the entire duration of the fellowship course to cover the cost of the travel of the ANMPI assessors and for conducting the fellowship examinations etc. Going forward the executive body of ANMPI could talk to National Board to get this program accredited by the National Board of Examinations. This would bring in a lot of credibility to the program. Dr Ishita Sen President Association of Nuclear Medicine Physicians of India (Further details refer to the scrolling images on homepage)
Date : 20-09-2019
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Dear Friends, It is with great pleasure that as Organising Secretary of ANMPICON 2019, Pune, I invite you to the vibrant city of Pune to attend the 17th Annual Conference of “Association of Nuclear Medicine Physicians”, ANMPICON 2019 from September 20th to 22nd(Friday to Sunday). We promise you an exciting and informative scientific programme that will be broad and varied, encompassing novel, pathbreaking interactive sessions and workshops by renowned National & International experts. The programme will feature streams with a wide variety of topics, taking into consideration our conference theme, “LEARNING THROUGH SHARING” enabling you to tailor the programme specifically to your own interests and clinical practice. ANMPICON 2019, will be held in Pune, a modern city with an old world charm. Originally, the city of Peshwas, Pune has gained prominence worldwide as an important Information Technology and Medical tourism hub. It also has excellent domestic as well as international connectivity. The Conference venue, Hyatt Pune is located very close to the airport, has all the amenities, 3-4 multi-cuisine restaurants, for a very comfortable stay. I”m sure that ANMPICON 2019, Pune will be an experience to remember for us all. We do hope you can join us at ANMPICON 2019, PUNE from 20th September to 22nd September (Friday to Sunday). We encourage you to BLOCK YOUR dates in your diary now. WELCOME TO ANMPICON 2019, PUNE! Dr Sameer Sonar Organising Chairman Dr Ishita Sen President, ANMPI Dr Shrikant Solav Chairman, Scientific Committee
Date : 08-05-2018
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Compiled by Dr. Raghava Kashyap. Find the complete document in the Expert's lecture section under 'Education & Research'.