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Scandinavian Society of Clinical Physiology and NuclearMedicine

The Scandinavian Society of Clinical Physiology and Nuclear Medicine was first adopted at a general meeting held in Gentofte, Copenhagen, on 13 June 1980.

The objects for which the Society was established were to promote scientific collaboration, to promote the publication of scientific work and to promote supplementary training and updating courses within the fields of clinical physiology and nuclear medicine in Scandinavia.

The Society is an association of the following national societies: Danish Society of Clinical Physiology and Nuclear Medicine, the Finnish Society of Clinical Physiology, the Swedish Society of Clinical Physiology, the Swedish Society of Nuclear Medicine, the Norwegian Society of Nuclear Medicine and the Finnish Society of Nuclear Medicine.

For further information see the ByLaws [pdf]