Partner Societies

Memberships in multi-disciplinary networks allow for the development of new synergies.

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International organisations

The EANM collaborates with international organisations to harmonise standards, advance research, and improve patient care globally through the sharing of knowledge and best practices.

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA): The IAEA assists Member States with the coordination of research projects, expert guidance, equipment, the development of internationally harmonised guidelines, training and knowledge exchange. Its support ranges from  cancer diagnosis and treatment, to quality assurance for the use of radiation in medicine for safe and accurate treatment of conditions such as cancer.
International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP): An independent, international organisation that advances for the public benefit the science of radiological protection, in particular by providing recommendations and guidance on all aspects of protection against ionising radiation.

Medical learned professional societies that collaborate with the EANM

The EANM is engaged in several pan-European associations, such as the European Cancer Organisation.
The EANM is part of the Coalition for Reducing Bureaucracy in Clinical Trials. More information on the objectives, activities and recommendations from the Coalition can be found here.

Patient Organisations

The EANM collaborates closely with patient organisations and patients groups to ensure that patient perspectives and needs are integrated into every EANM activities.

This cooperation is vital for aligning nuclear medicine practices with patient needs and priorities. By incorporating patient perspectives, policies can be shaped to enhance access to cutting-edge diagnostics and treatments, ensure patient safety, and improve the overall quality of care. This collaborative approach helps to build a healthcare system that is responsive, equitable, and centered on the well-being of patients.

If you would like to learn more about the benefits of nuclear medicine procedures, make sure to check our dedicated page.

If you are a patient organisation or an individual that would be interested in collaborating with us, please write us at