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UKRG Annual Workshop 2022 Dates Announced

We are planning to hold the next UK Radiopharmacy Group Annual Workshop on 31st of January 2022. This will be followed by a two day meeting for the committee members on the 1st and 2nd of February 2022.

Unlike previous workshops the 2022 workshop will be held at Hinsley Hall in Leeds, see https://www.hinsley-hall.co.uk/

*** In the event we are unable to hold an in person meeting the costs will be adjusted accordingly and any money owing will be refunded ***

How many meetings do we hold?

There is an Annual Workshop usually held in January or February each year. The workshop is preceded or followed by a strategic and committee meeting for UKRG committee members only.

The UKRG also from time to time arranges ad-hoc 1 day academic/scientific meetings throughout the year. Future meetings will be posted here when the details become available.

Who can & should register?

Any professional or trainee/student with an interest in radiopharmacy is very welcome to join us. In the past we have had attendees from the following professions: radiopharmacists, radiopharmaceutical scientists, pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, radiographers, nuclear medicine technologists, regulators, etc. We very much also welcome exhibitors and commercial parties to attend.

To ensure you are notified of future events and meetings we recommend you register your details on the site. After registering on the site you will have the ability to:

  • Keep your information up to date.
  • View details of future meetings and events.
  • Register to attend meetings and events.
  • View and print invoices.

When can I register?

You can register at anytime on the site for free. By registering you will be able to view details of the up and coming events, you can view more details here.

Do you want to know more about the UKRG?

The UKRG is a voluntary independent organisation made up of experts in Radiopharmacy from around the UK, and other co-opted specialists representing other groups including the MHRA, ARSAC and the National Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance Committee. The group has representation on other groups, such as the British Nuclear Medicine Society, and the British Institute of Radiology. The UKRG is also an affiliated member of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society. The purpose of the group is to provide help, guidance and support to everyone practising Radiopharmacy in the UK through its regional networks and its website.