COVID-19 Webinar on RT-PCR; from understanding the zoonotic origin of the virus, to transmission and diagnosis in humans
COVID-19 Related Changes in Radiotherapy Practice Defining the New Normal for Radiation Oncology
COVID-19: Transitioning to a 'New-Normal' When and How

The COVID-19 pandemic is currently in transition. A few countries and regions have started experiencing a decrease in the number of new cases and associated deaths from COVID-19, and in other countries, lockdowns have been eased or partially lifted. In the midst of this time, it is essential to be diligent and prepare for a phase-based opening approach to avoid new spikes in cases. The measures taken to provide essential nuclear medicine services during the pandemic must be reassessed. Defining the ‘how and when' to return to normality, or perhaps to the 'new normality', has never been as important as now.
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COVID-19 Pandemic: Guidance for Nuclear Medicine Departments

Faced with the current COVID-19 pandemic, Nuclear Medicine Departments worldwide are adapting their routine operations to minimize risks of exposure to their patients, staff and the public. In addition to establishing standard operating procedures during these unprecedented times, it is essential to contain the virus transmission, and protect those who are most vulnerable- our patients, and those most exposed- our staff. Other diseases do not stop, and essential and critical nuclear medicine services are needed.
In light of the many requests received and important questions asked at the first webinar in the Nuclear Medicine series, we have launched the second webinar organized by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) dedicated to supporting the Nuclear Medicine community in addressing the challenges during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
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