Education

General Information

The European School of Multimodality Imaging & Therapy (ESMIT)

 

UPDATE: Information about new dates for postponed 2020 courses is now online! Please take a look at our 2021 course offer. 

The ESMIT initiative represents EANM’s response to huge changes in the educational needs of the nuclear medicine community and the rising demand for greater multimodality content.

The EANM decided to review and modernise its educational system in 2015, answering to the growing need of the community to be education not only on all modalities that are used in imaging, but also to be well prepared in the therapeutic applications of our discipline. The ESMIT offers a variety of learning experiences conducted through a trained faculty.

ESMIT Online Education


The ESMIT Online Education offers a big variety of ESMIT learning experiences and covers various topics. It includes live webinars, eLearning on-demand content as well as more complex online courses on the eLearning platform. The platform is accessible by logging in with your personal username and password. New users can easily create a confidential account in the myEANM area. The offered eLearning contents build the basis of knowledge in the field of nuclear medicine.

Browse through the Online Education category of this website to get further information on the available access plan or visit the eLearning platform:

eLearning platform

ESMIT Advanced Courses


This is the endpoint of the educational path with ESMIT. The Advanced Courses have a more advanced level, in which knowledge is deepened and expanded for individuals developing subspecialty areas of interest. These Advanced Courses are held in the EANM Learning Centre in Vienna.

Stay tuned and check the Advanced Courses section on a regular basis:

ESMIT Advanced Courses

 


For further information please contact:

European School of Multimodality Imaging & Therapy (ESMIT)
Schmalzhofgasse 26
1060 Vienna
Austria

icon_phone +43 1 890 44 27
icon_fax +43 1 890 44 27 – 9
icon_mail esmit@eanm.org 

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