Subjects

Medical Imaging

Overview

The Medical Imaging specialisation is suitable for registered Medical Imaging Technologists who wish to advance their career and/or own professional development.

Within the Medical Imaging specialisations, specific pathways are defined for Computed Tomography (CT), Image Evaluation and Nuclear Medicine.

Alternatively, students can choose to pursue a generic Medical Imaging programme by selecting courses tailored to their own personal requirements.

Areas of study

Areas include the technology of medical imaging modalities such as ultrasound, MRI and mammography; clinical applications; imaging appearances; protocol selection and development; technique evaluation and adaptation; and reflection on clinical practice. Courses in this subject area are offered in a flexible learning format (online delivery) with an optional annual Medical Imaging symposium also held at the School of Medical Sciences, Grafton Campus.

You can study Medical Imaging in the following programmes:

What you will learn

Graduates with relevant degrees and health professionals will gain an advanced level of understanding of medical imaging technology and its applications.

Career opportunities

The programme will be of considerable value to medical radiation technologists, medical practitioners, medical physicists, biomedical engineers, researchers, nurses and other professionals whose practice includes contact with the medical imaging environment.

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Medical Imaging