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2014 ASNM SUMMIT

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Minutes

 ASNM SUMMIT

Beijing Time: 8:30-11:30AM, Dec. 6th, 2014

Attendants: Gang HUANG(Dean) ,Henry BOM(President of AOFNMB), Teofilo O.L. San Luis(Past Dean),Raihan Hussain(IAEA Fellow),Dong Soo Lee (Vice dean, S.Korea), Mizanul Hasan (Vice dean, Bangladesh), Hussein Kartamihardja (Vice dean, Indonesia), Faria Nasreen (Bangladesh),Yaming Li (China), Frankie Choi (Hong Kong) , G.P. Bandopadhyaya (India), Hiroshi Toyama (Japan), Jaetae Lee (S.Korea), Kyin Myint (Myanmar), Sereegotov Erdenechimeg (Mongolia), Durr-e-Sabih(Pakistan), Maria Lourdes Taylan (Philippines),  W.S Huang (Taiwan), Yuthana Saengsuda(Thailand), Jin DU & Quansheng HAN(China Isotope & Radiation Corporation), Shiyue CAO(Reed Sinopharm Exhibitions),Mototora KAI(Director, secretariat) Zhibin YUAN(Secretary-general, secretariat ),Yuki NI (Secretary , secretariat)


1、 Opening Speech by Prof. HUANG

Challenge and opportunity of ASNM.ppt




2、 Academic Report By Dr. DU




3、 Self-Introduction and Briefing of NM Developments By Regional Representatives

A.   Faria Nasreen From BANGLADESH

Bangladesh NM.pptx




B.   Yaming Li From CHINA

2014上海亚洲核学院-自我介绍和中国现状.ppt




C.   Frankie Choi From HONG KONG  




D.   Guru Pad Bandopadhyaya From INDIA

ASNM SHANGHAI GURU.ppt




E.   Hussein Kartamihardja From INDONESIA

INDONESIA-2014.ppt




F.   Hiroshi Toyama From JAPAN

Short speech (Hiroshi Toyama, Japan).pptx




G.   Jaetae Lee From KOREA

Korean SNM(Jaetae Lee).pptx




H.   Sereegotov Erdenechimeg From MONGOLIA

Mongolia.ppt




I.   Kyin Myint From MYANMAR

KYIN1.ppt




J.   Durr-e-Sabih From PAKISTAN

Nuclear medicine in pakista.pptx




K.   Maria Lourdes M. Taylan From PHILIPPINES

Philippines.pptx




L.   Wen-Sheng Huang From TAIWAN

ASNM-Taiwan SNM-2014.ppt




M.   Yuthana Saengsuda From THAILAND

Thailand_asnm3.pptx




3.    Discussions on ASNM development

A.   ASNM Expansion

l  Opinions from Prof. Teofilo O.L. San Luis

ASNM can expand into the neighboring regions of West Asia (UAE, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Lebanon, Jordan, Oman, Yemen, etc) and Central Asia (Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Afghanistan).  As immediate past Dean of ASNM, I have sounded colleagues from these countries about the possibility of them coming into ASNM and they have expressed interest in doing so.  ASNM can organize joint scientific meetings with existing national societies of Nuclear Medicine (or Radiology); or, if there is no national NM society yet, ASNM can initiate conferences with their national medical associations to discuss clinical interfaces with Oncology, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Nephrology, Neurology, Pediatrics, Surgery and other specialty societies.  I can contact them if you want me to and set the Terms of References for their inclusion into ASNM.




l  Opinions from Maria Lourdes M. Taylan

We could invite others to join ASNM when meet in international conferences. Would have a better response if talk with them and invite them to join ASNM personally.



l  Opinions from Guru Pad Bandopadhyaya

l  Opinions from Durr-e-Sabih

Invite more societies to participate in ASNM activities. List the individuals and talk to them directly.

l  Opinions from Mizanul Hasan

Initially, when the school was established, the main target was East Asia and Southeast Asia. As time goes by, we should expand the territory to West Asia and Central Asia. We can attend their meeting first and then invite them to join ASNM.




l  Opinions from Raihan Hussain

To improve other regions, Central Asia has good departments without contact with the rest of the Asia.

Suggestions for Shanghai Campus: give scholarships or living expenses for young person from developing countries or other benefits.




B.   Upload academic activities and events on ASNM website

l  Opinions from Jaetae Lee

Our Korean society officers will report and list those data regularly.

l  Opinions from Faria Nasreen

Upload the calendar of activities could enable interested members of ASNM to join the conferences and meetings held in other member states.

l  Opinions from Guru Pad Bandopadhyaya

l  Opinions from Henry BOM

ASNM website should link to more international and national websites such as ARCCNM.

Upload the materials of ASNM SUMMIT onto the website.

C.   Upload E-learning Materials on ASNM website

l  Opinions from Sereegotov Erdenechimeg

It’s possible for us to send cases trough online, we do general Nuclear Medicine examinations, mostly thyroid, cardiac, hepatobiliary, kidney and bone scans. No regrets to provide e-learning interesting cases to ASNM.

l  Opinions from Yuthana Saengsuda

I have seen some e-learning documents collection; it’s useful for academic activity. However, it should be distribute to our members to visit more frequently. I will contact with our members to introduce the website to them.

l  Opinions from Dong Soo Lee

Technical video-conferencing for uploading and online searching, Europeans have the same network.

DATOL

Online uploading of teaching materials

Using developed ICT technology for our communication.




D.   CME credits offered by ASNM

l  Opinions from Durr-e-Sabih

State clearly on the website what kind of activities would be offered CME credits.

l  Opinions from Guru Pad Bandopadhyaya

CMEs are usually awarded and recognized by national medical councils, what the status of acceptability would for any CME awarded by ASNM.

l  Opinions from Teofilo O.L. San Luis

Each country has its own way of attaching credits to educational activities.  Sometimes it becomes very confusing.  Thus, IAEA called for standardization of CME crediting and I represented Asia in this meeting 2 or 3 years ago in Vienna.  We agreed on the following:

“Those activities undertaken by IAEA should include methods of active learning (e.g., problem-solving, case based, meet with experts, report simulations, question-&-answer sessions, etc).

Awarding system for credits should be based on a one (1) CME/CPD credit per hour of work recognized by the Provider/Organizer.

A Multiple Choice Questionnaire (MCQ) should be answered by the participants before and after the event, in order to assess the actual educational needs and the learning improvements.”

E.   MOU Signing

With a common understand regarding ASNM development, all the representatives signed the MOU.




F.   Introduction and invitation of Asian Academic Forum of Nuclear Medicine on 15th, May, 2015 By Prof. HUANG

The forum includes:

} Academic reports by ASNM member regions;

      Speakers recommended by regional principals

} Presentations on continuing education

} Academic exchanges & contests

} Discussions

} ASNM conference

} In conjunction with the Largest Medical Exhibition in China




G.   Conclusion Remark By Prof. Henry BOM

Where there is a will, there is a way. Today is a historic day as we had the first ASNM SUMMIT. We may continue the SUMMIT next year and please give us more time to discuss fully. Further commitment is needed to make standard curriculum, enough learning materials, more active website and so on.










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