The MSc Advanced Practice (Diagnostic Imaging) is a full or part-time degree programme is designed for radiology and oncology personnel keen to increase their knowledge and extend their roles and responsibilities in the field of radiology and oncology services. The programme will also appeal to medical doctors, nurses, physicists, radiographers (diagnostic and therapy) and radiologists. The programme structure is designed to be flexible to enable postgraduate students to achieve higher education credit whilst continuing their busy professional careers.
Modules: clinical image reporting; critical appraisal skills for practitioners OR methods of enquiry in health and social care; advanced practice in diagnostic imaging OR optional module; dissertation..
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Applicants are normally required to have a relevant first degree, however, applications are welcome from students with non-standard entry requirements, and previous experience may also be considered.
The School also has a robust system of APL/APEL and applications are welcome from students with non-standard entry requirements. Several mechanisms are available by which experienced personnel without a degree may be able to APL/APEL into the programme. We would encourage you to apply early if you think you may need to make use of these processes. For more information, visit the School of Nursing & Midwifery APEL webpage.
You must have a work based mentor for the Clinical Image Reporting module.
You will require access to a personal computer with good connection to the internet (broadband recommended).
English Language Requirement: IELTS of 6.5, with minimum of 6.0 in any component (or equivalent), if your first language is not English.
Postgraduate Qualification (PgCert)
Medical Radiography, Radiology (Physics)
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Very relevant and it gives you the foundations that you require as a nurse. However, the university paint this "ideal" nursing which is totally un realistic!...more2 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
The course, as you would expect, is hard. The modules differ from each other and can be good or bad depending on which lecturer and tutor you get. Most lecturers and tutors are amazingly helpful and patient. Each year, the University iss...more1 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
This is a very diverse course which can lead to many different career paths although I did feel that in order to pursue these careers further study was more than likely required. However it was very enjoyable and we covered a lot of topics ...more1 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
The information for this course is supplied by UCAS and was last updated on 07 Feb 2014.
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