SCOPE spring issue – deadline for articles

ARE you working on a project or have completed a project and think it would benefit the wider medical physics or clinical and biomedical engineering community?

Would you like to showcase your work and share your ideas with others? If so, the SCOPE Editorial Advisory Board would like to hear from you.

To ensure SCOPE is filled with interesting, informative and valuable material whilst also maintaining a high quality of content, we rely on your submissions!

SCOPE is distributed to around 4,600 IPEM members who are professionals working in healthcare, academia and industry.

At least one article is required from each of the following areas covering clinical practice developments (for example, new technology, techniques or related learning), leadership and management or topical issues to ensure that SCOPE is current, relevant and balanced (covering all areas and providing both breadth and depth).

Areas to feature  

Please put forward your ideas/thoughts for a feature within the areas listed below (covering public and private institutions/industries):

1) Radiotherapy

2) Nuclear Medicine

3) Diagnostic Radiology

4) MRI

5) Ultrasound and non-ionising

6) Radiation Protection

7) Clinical Engineering / biomedical engineering

8) Rehabilitation Engineering, biomechanics

9) Physiological Measurements

10) Clinical computing

11) Academia/Industry

Articles are welcome from all levels including trainees, junior, middle, senior and retired staff. If you have an idea for a feature article or even a series then please do get in touch.

The submission deadline for the spring edition is Friday 13 January.

If you are interested in writing for SCOPE, please send an email to the Chair of the Editorial Advisory Board, so he can answer any of your queries. A pre-defined author guideline template can also be supplied.

Submissions count towards CPD, and your feature could be chosen for the annual Keith Boddy award of £250 plus a certificate.