European Nuclear Medicine Guide

The 2020 Edition 

Two years after its launch, the EANM UEMS/EBNM European Nuclear Medicine Guide did undergo extensive revision and included some new chapters.

Accessibility is key

Because we truly believe in sharing: access to this European Nuclear Medicine Guide is free, for everyone, without limitations. We promise.

To fit your needs, the Guide is available as a browser-based online version and as an app for your smartphone or tablet (iOs and Android).


Free online version

The most convenient way of browsing the content of the European Nuclear Medicine Guide on a larger screen, like on your computer, is the free online version.

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At your fingertips: the Guide as an app

Practical, easy-to-use and, once downloaded, readily available even without WIFI-connection: make sure to download the European Nuclear Medicine Guide App to your mobile device: all knowledge available in your pocket, anytime and anywhere you might need it.

Download the app to your Android or iOS device directly from the App stores – for free!

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The Idea behind

In 2016, the incumbent Presidents of the EANM and the UEMS/EBNM initiated a project to develop a comprehensive yet concise nuclear medicine practice guide. Only two years later, in October 2018, this ultimate handbook from and for the Nuclear Medicine Community was launched.

It offers an overview and description of a wide variety of nuclear medicine topics for professionals in the field, including:

  • nuclear medicine-related basic science and technical procedures
  • in vivo imaging with radiopharmaceuticals
  • hybrid/multimodality imaging
  • radionuclide-guided surgery
  • dosimetry
  • radionuclide therapy
  • techniques related to nuclear physics in medicine
  • medical applications of radiobiology and radiation protection

The European Union of Medical Specialists/European Board of Nuclear Medicine (UEMS/EBNM) Training Requirements for the Specialty of Nuclear Medicine (updated in April 2017) serve as the backbone of this document, ensuring its high relevance.


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