This dedicated course is aimed at therapeutic radiographers, dosimetrists and other healthcare professionals working in radiotherapy and oncology with an interest in radiotherapy planning; the course provides students with an in-depth understanding of current and future radiotherapy planning issues and, crucially, the ability to apply critical thinking skills to practice; they gain general critical thinking and literature skills as well as more specific planning theory and plan-evaluation skills; core modules cover fundamental planning theories, plan evaluation skills, advances in planning and pre-treatment imaging equipment and techniques; students are also introduced to research skills, which they use to produce a final dissertation.
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£1320 per unit
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One of the following: a degree in radiotherapy and oncology or therapy radiography or evidence of equivalent study; a diploma of the College of Radiographers or evidence of equivalent study in therapy radiography; a qualification of equivalent standard and relevance, such as a degree or professional qualification in a related healthcare or medical physics subject; if English is not the student�s 1st language they need an IELTS score of 6.5 or above.
Postgraduate Qualification (MSc)
Sheffield Hallam University
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People, stay away from this course. Hurts me to say this, as I've wasted a good 20k on it (including the living expenses)! There was ONLY ONE decently taught module - Sports Law; the rest is ... devastatingly poor standard, and it is not ju...more
Moving away from home for the first time and learning a new subject was challenging but the tutors at the university helped me through it. If I ever had a problem they was and still are happy to help. I seem to be in university alot more th...more1 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
I am in uni for a few hours every day either in lectures or seminars for between 6 to 12 weeks, and then go on placement for around 6 weeks. While I'm on placement, I'm not expected to attend uni. There are 3 placements each year each lasti...more4 Hotcourses user(s) found the following review helpful.
My course was funded by the LEA so I didn't have to pay anything. I even got paid a grant to do the course. Yes, it is hard work but I've had the best tutor ever in the MFL PGCE department. He is very inspiring, approachable and he will tel...more
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