SCOPE is the Institute's quarterly Magazine for members, published in March, June, September and December, is edited by Usman Lula and his editorial team.  Enquiries about journal content and articles for publication should be sent to the Editor Usman Lula.

It is available free to members of the Institute.  Please log on to access
Electronic copies of Scope
Book Reviews
Past  Articles
Past tutorials and historic features

Contact the membership team at the IPEM National Office for more information or visit our membership pages if you are interested in joining IPEM.

If you are interested in advertising in Scope please see the 2019 Rate Card and contact details of the publisher.

SCOPE is your magazine and to ensure it is filled with interesting, informative and valuable material, it relies on submissions by members. The member survey undertaken last year highlighted a need for greater coverage of various IPEM areas in Scope. In response to this, each edition will now have a theme and there is now a schedule for the year ahead.

The themes through to next year are:

• December 2018 issue: International / Developing Countries (submission deadline: 24 August)

• March 2019 issue: Medical Physics, covering diagnostic radiology, radiotherapy, MRI, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and optics (submission deadline: 23 November)

• June 2019 issue: Applied Academia & Clinical Computing (submission deadline: 22 February, 2019)

Member articles are welcome from all levels including trainees, junior, middle and senior staff. If you are interested in writing for Scope contact Editor-in-Chief Usman Lula. He will send you a pre-defined template and answer any queries you may have. Don’t forget that your submission will count towards CPD. 

Highlights of September issue 

Author  Title 
 Growing professionalism in healthcare science Nana Odum                                             
Scottish Trainee Network Promoting the healthcare science community Lauren Urquhart
Collaboration for clinical innovation Rachel Andrew
How to be the top of your game in the medical physics professions Professor Daniel Clarke

© Institute of Physics and Engineering in Medicine

Registered in England and Wales (No. 3080332)
Registered Charity (No.1047999)