The Technologist Advocacy Group (TAG Team) consists of dedicated members in each state who are involved at the local level.  Their duties are to identify changes in state laws/regulations concerning the practice of nuclear medicine, address any concerns or questions submitted by SNMMI-TS members from their state, and keep aware of all other news or policy changes that might affect SNMMI’s technologists. 

SNMMI-TS TAG Chair and Connecticut TAG rep - 
Tony Sicignano, BS, CNMT, RT(N), FSNMMI-TS 

Connecticut

Tony Sicignano, BS, CNMT, RT (N), FSNMMI-TS

A0712@sbcglobal.net

Maine

Rena Kinney

kinneyr@emhs.org

Massachusetts

Matthew McMahon MS, CNMT, RT (CT)
PAREXEL International, Scientific and Medical Services 

matthewconormcmahon@gmail.com  

New Hampshire

Richard Serino (retired)

rtserino@comcast.net

Eileen Craviero
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences
eileencraveiro@gmail.com

Rhode Island

Lauren Shanburn
lshanbrun@lifespan.org

 

Vermont

Christin Young
Clinical Supervisor
University of Vermont
christin.young@uvmhealth.org

Legislation Has Nullified Nuclear Medicine Technology
Now Anyone Can Perform the Studies.......
The Technologist Advocacy Group (TAG Team)
Latest News and Information

Updated Radiologic Technologist Regulations in Massachusetts - The Massachusetts Public Health Council revisions to 105 CMR 125.000 - Radiologic Technologist Licensing Regulations.  

    FAQ Radiologic Technologist Licensing 105 CMR 12

Please take a moment to read the March issue of Uptake's Advocacy Section:

TAG: THE EYES AND EARS OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE AT
THE STATE LEVEL

Massachusetts Technologist check out Massachusetts Department of Public Health's (MDPH) Bureau of Environmental Health’s (BEH) Radiation Control Program (RCP) website - 

http://www.mass.gov/eohhs/gov/departments/dph/programs/environmental-health/exposure-topics/radiation/

You can contact the New England Chapter by emailing info@nects.org

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