In a proactive initiative, rural Nuclear Medicine professionals formed a strategic alliance aimed at engaging with and developing strategies to overcome the unique professional difficulties encountered in rural Australia. Strategies are aimed at equitable provision of representation and professional opportunities for rural Nuclear Medicine professionals, strategic networking, continuing education and collaborative solutions to issues of isolation.This report provides an overview of activities during the initial six months of operation. The data evaluated provides a useful tool for gauging progress toward goals and objectives while informing decision making with respect to future directions and strategies.
|Number of pages||8|
|Journal||Internet Journal of Nuclear Medicine|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
Currie, G., Ayers, M., Crook, M., Tually, P., Pearce, R., Harrison, N., Robertson, C., & Grimmond, D. (2007). The Rural Alliance In Nuclear Scintigraphy (RAINS): progress report. Internet Journal of Nuclear Medicine, 5(1), 1-8.