Residents as Future Leaders

The College values the future practice of nuclear medicine. This program is established to support and train the nuclear medicine residents and fellows to start and implement a successful career.

  1. Tips for a Physician in Getting the Right Job: Dr. Jay Harolds, an ACNM lifetime achievement award recipient has recently published a series of articles in the journal of Clinical Nuclear Medicine that cover how to prepare your CV, resume, and statement, how to prepare for your big interview, and to landing the right job for you. *
  2. How to Give a Memorable Presentation: In a six part article series in the Journal of Clinical Nuclear Medicine, Dr. Jay Harolds takes us through from setting up the presentation to strategies for effectively engaging the audience and leaving a memorable impression. *
  3. Effective Mentorship: All of us at some point in our career have needed a helping hand to guide us, a kind word to uplift us, or strong support to empower us. The ACNM wants to make sure we take the time to thank these incredibly generous individuals, those whom we happily call mentors. Click on "Mentorship Program" in the box on the left for more details.
  4. ACNM Internship: Every two years, a young resident is selected from a group of highly qualified applicants to participate on the ACNM and NMRO board of directors, travel to the mid-winter and annual meetings and has an opportunity to get involved in the agenda of a trade organization responsible for advocating for nuclear medicine in the United States.
  5. Career Resources and Job Postings: Links to multiple additional resources for the resident and those just starting out. Job postings are continuously updated, so check back often.

*These items are in the official ACNM journal, Clinical Nuclear Medicine

For US residents, with your ACNM membership, you receive a complimentary subscription to the journal of Clinical Nuclear Medicine. Sign up today.