Bethesda, MD (PRWEB) May 02, 2014
The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology (ASNC) will kick-off the 4-day event to help nuclear cardiology professionals address emerging research, new technology and advances in treatment.
To view the program agenda, click here.
To register now, visit http://www.asnc.org/asnc2014.
Nuclear cardiologists, physicians, scientists, radiologists, technologist, imaging specialists and other nuclear professionals from around the world are invited to attend this annual event. ASNC2014 supports a multimodality agenda featuring a collaborative educational and research effort across the many imaging disciplines in order to promote a cost-effective, patient-centered approach to medical care.
Session Highlights Include:
The ASNC2014 program is developed for physicians preparing for the certification or recertification exam in nuclear cardiology, as well as physicians interested in a broad review of nuclear cardiology topics. The event is intended for cardiologists, radiologists, nuclear medicine specialists, practice administrators, nuclear technologists, nurses and other health care professionals with an interest in the field of nuclear cardiology and cardiac CT imaging.
Participants will have numerous opportunities to network with nuclear cardiology professionals, contribute to programs that promote innovation and quality in cardiology imaging; and display their latest products at ASNC’s Annual Meeting through advertising, exhibiting and by providing commercial support and educational grants.
ASNC2014 Travel Awards
Technologists and fellows are invited to apply for a Travel Award to cover their ASNC2014 meeting expenses. The purpose of the ASNC Travel Awards is to foster good will and provide an opportunity for technologists and fellows who may not be able to obtain funding to travel to the ASNC annual meeting. For more information please visit, http://www.asnc.org/asnc2014/travel.
ASNC2014 is an educational activity designed to help imaging professionals obtain the latest information in clinical practice and review cutting-edge scientific advances in nuclear cardiology and cardiac imaging. The overall goal of the meeting is to enhance knowledge by providing up-to-date developments in nuclear cardiology and cardiac CT. To register, visit http://www.asnc.org/asnc2014.
The American Society of Nuclear Cardiology is the leader in education, advocacy, and quality in cardiovascular imaging, with more than 4,500 members worldwide. ASNC provides its members with a variety of continuing education programs related to nuclear cardiology and cardiovascular computed tomography (CT), promotes accreditation and certification in nuclear cardiology, establishes standards and guidelines for training and practice, and serves as a representative in health policy and the principal advocacy voice for professionals in the field. For the ASNC fact sheet, click here. To visit the website, visit: http://www.asnc.org.
Barbara J. Bauer