The SNMMI Virtual Meeting is an online product (with an optional USB) that includes 100 recorded sessions from the SNMMI Annual Meetings. Online access allows you to view presentations from the meeting, anytime, anywhere, through your desktop, laptop, iPad, iPhone or Android mobile device.
[F-18]FDG PET-CT in Lung Cancer
A New Filter on Pediatric Medicine
Advances in Cardiac Protocols
Advances in Imaging Neuroinflammation
Advances in Nuclear Cardiology
Beyond Perfusion Imaging
Bioorthogonal and Click Chemistry for Molecular Imaging/Therapy
Bone SPECT/CT Imaging in Orthopedics
Brain PET/MRI – Opportunities and Challenges
Cardiac SPECT and PET Perfusion Imaging
Cardiovascular Inflammation and Infection
Cholescintigraphy for the Diagnosis of Acute and Chronic Abdominal Pain
Contemporary Lung Scanning: SPECT, PET and CTPA
CT Interpretation for the Technologist and Mid-Level Provider
Dementia Imaging Advances: From Structure to Function
Detection and Assessment of Cardiac Sarcoidosis by FDG-PET
Different Approaches to the Approval of Molecular Imaging Agents
Evaluation of Common Pediatric Genitourinary Disorders
FDG-PET/CT Evaluation of Pediatric Malignancies
First-in-Human Imaging Tracers: Fluorescent Optical Tracers
From Molecule to Man: Translation of Tracers in Europe, United States and China
Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine Motion Management
Gastrointestinal Transit Scintigraphy
Imaging and Therapy of Neuroendocrine Tumors (NETs) with Peptide Receptor Theranostics: A Transformational Change
Imaging with Gallium-Labeled Somatostatin Receptors: From A to Z
Multimodality Imaging of Common and Uncommon Hepatic Lesions
Neurologic Imaging and Considerations I
Neurologic Imaging and Considerations II
New Targets: Tracer and Techniques in Nuclear Cardiology
Next-Generation Radiotracers for Cancer Imaging
PET Brain Imaging, Dementia, and PET/CT False Positives and Artifacts
PET Drug Manufacturing: Living in an FDA-Regulated World
PET/CT Agents Beyond FDG: Technical Aspects, Indications, and Image Optimization
PET/CT from the Technologist's Perspective
PET/CT, PET/MRI and CT Licensure
PET/MR - Clinical Applications
PET/MR - Technical Advances
Practical Clinical Internal Dosimetry: OLINDA/EXM and the RADAR Method
Quality and Safety
Radium-223 Dichloride Therapy: What We Have Learned Since ALSYMPCA
Read with the Experts in Nuclear Cardiology
Response Assessment for Lymphoma
Role of Imaging in Immunotherapy for Cancer Treatment: Significance in Lymphoma
Time-of-Flight PET Imaging: Physics and Clinical Impact
Towards Enhanced Prognostic Utility of PET Imaging
An Overview of Imaging-Based Response Assessment
Cardiac SPECT Instrumentation: An Overview and New Advances
Cardiovascular Boot Camp II
Cardiovascular Imaging Boot Camp I
Current and Future Potential in Kinetic Modeling and Parametric Imaging
Imaging of Heart Failure
Imaging Prostate Cancer
Molecular Imaging of Inflammation and Infection
PET/CT and Molecular Imaging in the Management of Malignant Melanoma
Radioactive Readings and Riding the DOT Safety Bus
Radionuclide Therapy in Children and Young Adults
Recent Advances in Liver-Directed Radiotherapy
SPECT/CT Quantitation: Now That We Have It, What Do We Do With It?
The Role of PET in the Assessment and Management of Coronary Artery Disease
Basic Science Summary Session I
Basic Science Summary Session II
Brain Imaging Council Young Investigator Award Symposium
Brain Imaging Primer: Theories for Simpler Practice
Cardiovascular Young Investigator Award Symposium
Cassen Lectureship and SNMMI Business Meeting
CMIIT Young Investigator Award
Computer & Instrumentation Council Young Investigator Award Symposium
Gastrointestinal Bleeding Scintigraphy: Changing the Paradigm
Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD Lectureship and Formal Opening
Henry N. Wagner, Jr., MD, Highlights Symposium
IDEAS and AMYPAD: Validating the Clinical Utility of Brain Amyloid PET
Imaging for Pulmonary Embolism: A Current Status Report
INTEGRATED SESSION: New Radiochemistry and New Imaging Targets
INTEGRATED SESSION: Novel Tracers and Multimodal Assessment of Alzheimer's Disease
INTEGRATED SESSION: Nuclear Thyroidology
INTEGRATED SESSION: TOF PET
INTEGRATED SESSION: Translational Molecular Imaging in Heart Failure
Kuhl-Lassen Award Lecture
Loevinger-Berman Award: Clinical Significance of Cell Level Dosimetry for Treating Prostate and Breast Cancer with Alpha Particle Emitters
Michael J. Welch Award and Lecture
Nuclear Oncology Young Investigator Award Symposium
Optimal Radioactive Iodine Therapy in Benign Thyroid Diseases
Peter E. Valk, MD Memorial Lectureship and Award
Prostate/GU: Non-PSMA Prostate Imaging Agents
Prostate/GU: Prostate and Other Malignancies
Read with the Experts in Pediatrics
Read with the Experts: Dopamine Transporter Imaging
Read with the Experts: Molecular Brain Imaging of Dementia
RPSC Young Investigator Award Symposium
Saul Hertz Award Symposium: Theranostics
SNMMI History Session: Radionuclide Therapy
Tau Imaging and Amyloid Imaging I
Tau Imaging and Amyloid Imaging II
Technologist Plenary Session and Awards Recognition
Theranostics in Thyroid Cancer: The Impact of Tracer Imaging on Therapy
By viewing the SNMMI 2016 Virtual Meeting, participants will be able to:
To receive CME credit, learners must view the presentations, achieve a score of 80% on the post-course assessment and complete the evaluation for each session by the expiration date listed below. Learners will have no more than 3 attempts to successfully complete the post-test. Release date: July 1, 2016. Expiration date: July 31, 2018
The target audience includes nuclear medicine and molecular imaging physicians, nuclear pharmacists and technologists.
In accordance with ACCME and ACPE Revised Standards for Commercial Support and SNMMI Conflict-of-Interest Policy, the following individuals have indicated no relevant relationships that could be perceived as a real or apparent conflict of interest:
Disclosure information for specific sessions can be found in the front matter of each session. Disclosure of a relationship is not intended to suggest or to condone bias but is made to provide participants with information that might be of potential importance to their evaluation of the activity.
Continuing Medical Education (CME):
The Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, Inc. (SNMMI) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
SNMMI designates this enduring material for a maximum of 74.0 AMA PRA Category1Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
The Society for Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging, Inc. (SNMMI) is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE) as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. This activity has been designated knowledge-based CPE.
The assigned universal program numbers for this meeting begin with 0210-0000-16-800-H04-P and end with 0210-0000-16-863-H04-P. Topic designations and descriptions are as follows: H04-P=General Pharmacy Topics. Total available credits for pharmacists are 72.0 hours or 7.2 CEUs. Courses appropriate for pharmacist participation will be designated by an ACPE universal program number ending in the letter “P.” Full details are in the front matter of each session.
The SNMMI, through its Verification of Involvement in Continuing Education (VOICE) program, has approved this enduring material for a maximum of 74.0 continuing education hours (CEHs). VOICE-approved credit is recognized by most licensure states and by the NMTCB and ARRT as Category A+ credit.
Click here to access the Virtual Meeting. Use your 6-digit SNMMI user name and password to login.
If you forget your password, SNMMI.org allows you to reset your password. In this case, a new password is generated and sent to you to an email address provided. Reset password here.
Credit claiming for the 2016 SNMMI Virtual Meeting is now available. You will be able to claim credit through July 2018.
If you attended the live meeting, you may only claim credits in the Virtual Meeting for those sessions that you did not attend at the live meeting.
50 sessions offer CE credit (CME, ACPE and VOICE) for a total of 74 credits.
Please see the tab Available Sessions for the complete list. Detailed CE credit information for each session is available here: 2016 Virtual Meeting CE Credit Information
Look for the CE button next to a session. After viewing the video, click on the Resources Tab, then click on the link to take you to the assessment.
You can claim credits using your computer or Apple or Android tablet, but not from the USB or mobile phone. Presentations can be viewed on the USB and mobile phone as well, but credit can only be claimed using a computer or supported tablet.
You can view CME, ACPE and VOICE information for an individual session, once you have viewed the video and clicked on the Resource Tab to link to begin taking the assessment for CE credit.
Your certificate will be accessible via the SNMMI Learning Center where you will complete your evaluations and be able to print your certificate.
You are required to pass the assessment with a score of at least 80% to earn credit. You have three attempts to pass the assessment.
You can search for presentations by session title, lecture title, or speaker name by using the search box on the top of the page.
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