The European Association of Nuclear Medicine (EANM) has updated and revised its statutes to reflect the evolving needs of the association's membership.
The updates offer guidance in fields such as theranostics, AI, and optical imaging, and "bridge thematic gaps, such as ensuring a sustainable nuclear medicine workforce for the future, standardizing guidelines and publications, and expanding ... policy initiatives with the European Union and Health Technology Assessment," EANM President Rudi Dierckx, PhD, said.
"The EANM Statutes had also been waiting an overhaul for some time, making their update and alignment with our current needs very timely," he said, expressing his gratitude to Felix Mottaghy (EANM committee coordinator 2023–2024), as well as the chairs of the EANM committees who helped in shaping this transition. "Their efforts aimed to preserve the best of our past while ensuring our readiness to meet the needs of the future."
You can access the statutes here.