Diagnostic Radiography Methods IIIB
This advanced course consolidates the student's learning of the role of diagnostic imaging in health care so that students will be prepared for future professional practice.
- Semester 2 - 2015
1. Appreciate the wide range of disease processes which can be diagnosed and treated in the radiology department
2. Compare and contrast multi-modality imaging pathways which lead to the most efficacious diagnosis and treatment of disease
3. Evaluate the care required for patients who are undergoing medical imaging examinations and procedures in the radiology department/practice
4. Critically examine emerging issues in medical imaging
5. Identify the requirements for effective anatomical imaging using Ultrasound, Digital Subtraction Angiography, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in diagnosis and treatment
6. Be able to identify anatomy in cross section.
- CT, MRI, Angiography, Ultrasound, Fluoroscopy
- Peripheral Vascular Imaging
- Imaging of the Soft tissues of the Neck
- Imaging in Major Trauma
- Continuing Professional Development
This course is only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (Diagnostic Radiography) program. Pre-requisite - successful completion of MRSC3100 and MRSC3111. Co-requisite - concurrent enrolment in MRSC3160.
MRSC3100 Diagnostic Radiography Methods IIIA MRSC3110 MRS Clinical IIIA
Online Learning Activity: Discussion Board
In Term Test: Exam ¿ Open Book
Written Assignment: Project Readiness for Graduate Practice Task
Project: Project - CPD task
Online 4 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Videoconference will be employed to accommodate UDRH involvement. NOTE: Full term does not include those times when students are on a timetabled professional placement
Self-Directed 4 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term