This week we hosted the 41st British Nuclear Medicine Society Annual Meeting. Delighted to say it went incredibly well and the sun finally made an appearance! As always it put huge smiles on our faces to see delegates strolling along the seafront getting a much needed Vitamin D top up.
The British Nuclear Medicine Society (BNMS) is the only independent forum devoted to all aspects of Nuclear Medicine.
Established in 1966 as the Nuclear Medicine Society, its membership includes the clinicians dealing with the medical speciality, clinical scientists, radiopharmacists, other scientists, nuclear medicine technologists and nurses.
This morning I attended the Juice 107 Breakfast networking meeting at Brighton Racecourse. It’s always a good fun morning, hosted by Juice with a scrummy breakfast provided. The morning starts with a half hour of chatting and networking over a coffee before all being seated and then the fun begins with a few quick words from supporters and sponsors.
The 2013 Brighton Marathon is nearly upon us, and we at the Brighton Centre are pleased to announce we’ll again be hosting the warm up event! Between the 12-13th April, each of the 18,000 brave runners will be able to collect their race packs from the Centre, and will have the opportunity to get advice and last minute tips from the experts ahead of the race.
As a key event for the region, the Brighton Marathon will allow us to showcase our wonderful city and offerings to an international audience. It will also allow our local runners the chance to see the new-look venue, while adding a sense of community by keeping the whole Marathon event in the heart of Brighton.
We work in an industry which requires us to spend so much time away from home that I’ve decided to look at whether it’s possible to integrate your conference trip with a family break at the same time. These days so much of our time can be spent attending business conferences that are often far from home that we can forget it may affect the people we leave behind.
I think with a little bit of planning, sometimes, you can make it work for your family whether they are able to come with you or remain at home with their other parent or carer whilst you go away. Continue reading