Educational Resources

Jubilant Radiopharma is dedicated to advancing the field of nuclear medicine through education, research, publishing and identification of innovative best practices.

To support this effort, our medical and clinical teams comprised of technologists, clinicians, nuclear pharmacists and other professionals work together with thought leaders in the industry to bring decades of SPECT, PET/CT and regulatory expertise to you and your facility in the form of live and web-based CE presentations, blogs, and newsletters. We also provide access to nuclear medicine coding and reimbursement assistance. In addition, our subject matter experts are always available to consult on clinical and technical issues related to nuclear agents and provide guidance on regulatory mandates.

You can rely on Jubilant Radiopharma to help ensure that you have access to the information you need to stay up-to-date on changes in the nuclear medicine industry..


Endocrinology Webinar Series


Title: Watchful Wait in Low Risk Thyroid Cancer? Why Wait?

Overview: In this course, attendees will review key concepts leading to the critical evaluation of literature on Thyroid cancer, particularly low risk. They will also learn about the impact of guidelines on clinical decision making and ways to address the challenges facing endocrinologists and surgeons when planning treatment of low risk Thyroid Cancer patients.

Special Guest Speaker: Douglas Van Nostrand, MD, FACP, FACNM

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Title: Thyroid Cancer, Iodine Physiology and Oncopathophysiology: A New Take on RAI Theranostics

Overview: Attendees will review key concepts in oncogenic mutations and molecular alterations, their impact on thyroid cancer and “desensitization” towards iodine leading to a lack of response to radioiodine (RAI). Attendees will also learn about the latest advances in pathway inhibitors which appear to enable “re-differentiation” which in turn may lead to a more personal/precise patient treatment along the Thyroid Cancer continuum.

Special Guest Speaker: Seza A. Gulec, MD, FACS, FACNM

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Title: SNMMI AUCs for Diagnosis and Treatment of Thyroid Cancer & ATA Guidelines: Not Mutually Exclusive

Overview: This session will review the SNMMI AUCS as well as the 2015 ATA guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of Thyroid Cancer. It will discuss their distinct value, complementary nature and, using clinical cases, how to implement them.

Special Guest Speaker: Douglas Van Nostrand, MD, FACP, FACNM

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Title: Appropriate Usage and Risks of Secondary Malignancies from RAI Therapy in Thyroid Cancer

Overview: This course will review the recently published Appropriate Usage Criteria for RAI in DTC patients in line with CMS mandate, as well as acute and long-term side-effects associated with RAI.

Course Objectives:

1. Described the value and significance of AUCs document published by SNMMI on imaging and management of differentiated thyroid cancer

2. Explain the complementary nature of the AUCs and the 2015 ATA guidelines on thyroid cancer therapy

3. Explain the clinical equipoise of managing patients based on their risk of thyroid cancer recurrence

4. List the most common clinical applications of 131I therapy

5. Discuss practical application of AUCs and treatment guidelines in three clinical cases

Special Guest Speaker: This course features Bennett S. Greenspan, MD, MS, FACNM, FACR, FSNMMI, FAAPM.

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Cardiac Webinar Series


Title: Navigating Reimbursement for Cardiac PET

Overview: This course will focus on key reimbursement information and market trends pertaining to initiating or managing a cardiac PET program. Highlighted topics during the presentation will cover core reimbursement principles, 2022 Medicare updates for cardiac PET, and reimbursement and financial considerations when starting a program.

Course Objectives:

1. Identify key reimbursement elements for cardiac PET procedures

2. Understand Medicare coding and payment changes for 2022

3. Explore why reimbursement and financial modeling is integral to successfully starting a cardiac PET program

4. Identify reimbursement resources and contacts to help start a new cardiac PET program

Credits: Category A 1.0 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours)

Special Guest Speakers: Kathy Francisco, MBA, CPC and Amy Goldberg, RPh

Tuesday, March 1 | 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Thursday, March 3 | 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Wednesday, March 9 | 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Title: Quantification of Myocardial Blood Flow with Cardiac PET Imaging

Overview: The course will focus on myocardial blood flow (MBF) and flow reserve (MFR) quantification with Rb82 PET; including its clinical value, measurement techniques, key technical requisites and quality control steps to ensure accurate quantification.

Course Objectives:

1. Identify the difference between MBF & MFR

2. Explore how MBF and MFR are measured

3. Explore the different technical considerations for accurate quantification

4. Review the steps involved in quality control

Credits: Category A 1.0 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours)

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Special Guest Speaker: Jennifer Renaud, M.Sc., B.Eng

Title: The Value of Cardiac PET with Rubidium 82

Overview: The course will focus on the advantages of cardiac PET with Rb82 and the principal properties of cardiac PET including: high diagnostic accuracy, consistent high quality images, infusion techniques, myocardial blood flow and strong prognostic power.

Course Objectives:

1. Gain a basic understanding of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Myocardial Perfusion Imaging (MPI)

2. Discuss SPECT MPI vs PET MPI

3. Summarize advantages of cardiac PET

4. Expand knowledge of Rubidium 82 (Rb 82) PET MPI

Credits: Category A 1.0 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours)

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Title: SPECT/CT VQ: The New Gold Standard for Safe Pulmonary Embolism Detection and Follow-Up

Overview: This course will review how COVID has presented the Nuclear Medicine VQ with many safety and quality obstacles and demonstrate, using clinical cases and recently published data, that the SPECT/CT VQ is the ideal imaging tool for the most accurate post thrombotic lung function deficit assessment for optimal chronic follow-up patient care.

Speaker: Randall Bursaw, BSc., RTNM, CNMT

Course Objectives:

1. Participants will learn how to develop department protocols using published imaging data and VQ best practices.

2. Participants will learn how to safely balance Exam Quality with Patient and Staff Safety.

3. Participants will understand how the superior Sensitivity and Specificity of SPECT/CT VQ provides optimal patient outcomes and why it is the Gold Standard for post COVID imaging follow-up evaluation.

4. Participants will learn how quantification and segmental tools can assist in the faster, more accurate and reproducible interpretation of complex functional images.

Credits: Category A 1.0 CEHs (Continuing Education Hours)

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Advantages of Advanced Functional Lung Imaging:

This session demonstrates how shifting from planar to SPECT and SPECT/CT lung imaging can improve diagnostic accuracy. A known advantage of SPECT/CT is that these functional images are significantly better than CT pulmonary angiogram (CTPA) alone, when imaging agents are delivered correctly. It provides multiple fused projections, which improves diagnostic accuracy and has been proven clinically safe for nearly 50 years: as it delivers a lower breast radiation dose than CTPA, with no renal toxicity or allergic contraindication for pulmonary embolism (PE) evaluation.

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Online Continuing Education

In support of our mission of Improving Lives Through Nuclear Medicine, Jubilant Radiopharma proudly sponsors The Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging’s Value Initiative.

As contributing members of the Value Initiative’s Leadership Circle, we promote a wide-range of educational opportunities that help nuclear medicine physicians and technologists develop practice competency and expertise in state-of-the-art nuclear medicine, molecular imaging and radionuclide therapy, so they can achieve the high-quality desired health outcomes nuclear medicine can provide.

To start earning your credits today, please click on one of the courses below or click here to view the full catalog of live and on demand courses.


SNMMI Course Title


Considerations for Implementing a Successful Cardiac PET Program

Myocardial Perfusion Imaging

Pharmacologic Stress Testing with Myocardial Perfusion Imaging

Neuroendocrine Tumor

New Approaches for Diagnosis and Treatment of NETs

Using 68GA-DOTATATE in the Management of Neuroendocrine Tumor Patients


SNMMI/ACNM Joint Webinar: Ga68 PSMA Imaging - Pearls or Pitfalls?

Changing the Standard of Care in Prostate Cancer with Advances in Nuclear Medicine, PET and Theranostics

Quality & USP

USP General Chapter <825> Impact on Nuclear Medicine Technology Practice - JNMT (June 2020)

Quarterly Technologist Webinar Series: Are You Ready for USP <825>

Radionuclide Therapy

I-131 MIBG Therapy for Neuroblastoma

Peptide Receptor Radiotherapy for Neuroendocrine Tumors


Survey on the Use of Nuclear Renal Imaging in the United States


SNMMI Procedure Standard for Scintigraphy for Differentiated Thyroid Cancer

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