The 19th Biennial South African Society of Nuclear Medicine Congress, SASNM 2020, is taking place at the NH Lord Charles Hotel in Somerset West, just outside of Cape Town, on 4 to 6 September 2020. The theme for the Congress will be Synergy Over Singularity, Strength in Teamwork.
Who should attend
- Medical Imaging Practitioners
- Radiation Therapists
- Medical Physicists
- Nuclear Medicine Technologists
- Tertiary Academic Institutions
- Private, Teaching, and State Hospitals
What to expect in 2020
- A distinctive focus on nuclear medicine in South Africa
- Three days of carefully selected presentations, technical sessions, and posters
- A variety of formal and informal opportunities to network with more than 250 peers and colleagues
- Extended learning and collaboration opportunities through Congress sessions
- Exhibits from more than 10 companies and organisations highlight the newest products and services for nuclear medicine
The Congress will be held at the NH Cape Town The Lord Charles is in Somerset West, 20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport. The hotel has a spectacular setting in between the world-famous Cape Winelands, the Helderberg Mountains and the Atlantic Ocean.
SASNM Biennial Congress
The SASNM Biennial Congress has grown from 20 attendees at the inaugural 1974 edition to more than 250 in 2018. Nuclear medicine is recognised as an independent specialty with facilities in many South African hospitals, private facilities, and postgraduate training offered at most South African tertiary academic institutions. The SASNM Congress delivers relevant content within a stimulating programme of presentations delivered by thought leaders and industry professionals. The meeting also offers exhibition and sponsorship opportunities, engaging networking and social events, and the chance to discuss development, challenges, best practice, and the future of nuclear medicine in Africa.
The South African Society of Nuclear Medicine (SASNM) was founded in 1974. It is one of the oldest Nuclear Medicine societies (and probably the most active) on the African continent. SASNM has approximately 200 members, including nuclear medicine physicians, technologists, physicists, radiopharmacists, and scientists from various specialties. The Society aims to promote the practice and development of nuclear medicine through the accumulation and dissemination of scientific and technical information.
- Forum for collaboration
- Practice and development of nuclear medicine
- Improve the status of nuclear medicine in South Africa