Professional Practice Radiography 1 (MRSC5001)
UNIT OF STUDY
This unit of study introduces the student the professional practice of diagnostic radiography of the appendicular skeleton. The techniques covered will include routine procedures that the student will encounter in the clinical setting. Anatomy, physiology and pathology will be integrated with corresponding radiographic techniques of selected body systems. Planar anatomy and imaging will be included as appropriate. This unit will apply the evidence base, theory to practice and integrate basic applied sciences to imaging techniques. Students will be expected to supplement and broaden their learning by independent learning, literature review and research on relevant topics
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2-hrs lectures/week with facilitated learning activities, 2-hrs practical work/week, self directed learning of 2-hrs/week used to stage and pace your learning.
Continuous assessment through weekly tasks: MCQ,short assignments, image viewing tasks (60%) and 1 hr end semester exam (40%)
Carver E and Carver M/Medical Imaging /9780443062124/
Practical classes will provide students with experience in positioning techniques and pathology.
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