Date and Time

Wed March 6, 2024 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm




Join our online information session to learn about BCIT’s Nuclear Medicine program. Nuclear medicine uses biological tracers combined with radioactive material to produce images that help diagnose and manage disease. As a specialized branch of non-invasive diagnostic imaging, nuclear medicine stands out for its ability to detect subtle changes in the body’s function, allowing early detection of a wide range of disorders. The information session will take place online from 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm. You will receive an email one day before the event with further instructions on how to join the info session. If you sign up on the same day as the info session, you will receive an email shortly before the event starts.

BCIT nuclear medicine instructors and students scanning patient in gamma camera

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