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The Funding Clinic Website
The Council of Deans have a really good website specifically for students studying nursing, midwifery and the allied health professions in England. This website is also useful for educators and practitioners too.

If you have a keen interest in a people orientated career incorporating the health sciences and computer technology why not consider a career as a Nuclear Medicine Technologist? Read More

Nuclear medicine is a medical speciality that uses small amounts of radioactive substances to look at what is happening the body, to identify problems and in some cases, provide treatment (for example overactive thyroid, joint problems and some cancers. Pictures are taken which allow problems to be diagnosed, prevented and sometimes treated.Read More

If you enjoy physics and the biological sciences, then you’ll love nuclear medicine. To succeed you will need an ability to work well within a multi-disciplinary team, be able to communicate complex scientific principles simply, be an innovative problem solver, as well as being good at science.
Nuclear Medicine Physicist

What are Clinical Technologists and Radiographers? Clinical technologists and radiographers working in Nuclear Medicine are experts in the use of complex equipment and technologies to help image and treat patients. Both play very similar roles within Nuclear Medicine departments; however they have reached their positions via different training routes.
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The British Nuclear Medicine Society is not able to give specific clinical advice to members of the public. If you are concerned about your scan or therapy please seek the opinion of a nuclear medicine clinician where you were seen or the clinician who referred you to the department or your GP.
Enquiries related to issues such as internships and work experience opportunities, should be directed to the relevant professional body e.g., for radiologists, this will be the Royal College of Radiologists.