NUMDAB (NUclear Medicine DAtaBase)
The IAEA is committed to scientific co-operation and to the transfer of nuclear technologies to Member States for peaceful applications. To meet this mandate, the IAEA should have accurate information regarding the status of technology, facilities, manpower and educational infrastructure in order to address the current needs of Member States.
The aim of NUMDAB, Nuclear Medicine Database, is to gather and maintain updated information regarding the status of nuclear medicine practice around the world. The database will be useful for understanding the current situation of Member States regarding infrastructure, technology, and educational resources for implementing nuclear medicine practice, training, and research.
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"NUMDAB Fill Electronic Form Instruction"
Why should anyone participate in NUMDAB?
The database is focused at collecting data on individual nuclear medicine facilities, with information on manpower and equipment, along with isotopes and radiopharmaceuticals employed. Other relevant data such as procedures performed and educational needs are expected to be registered as well.
Once completed, most portions of the database together with processed statistical data will be available to those having registered and participated in the survey. We sincerely expect that the overall objectives of this ambitious project are well understood and that most individuals and institutions involved in nuclear medicine practice will participate by taking a few minutes of their time.