This course enables you to study the principles of patient-centred care and discuss the applications in the context of Radiography. It will offer you some background knowledge on key issues in patient-centred care and how these can be applied in radiography through optimised imaging technique, customised communication skills and appropriate use of specialised equipment.
This course is tailored to address examples of the needs of different patient populations within radiography, and examines the applications of patient-centred care, offering some theoretical background.
Who is it for?
For recent radiography graduates, clinical practitioners, radiology managers, radiography researchers and educators who wish to advance their understanding of the basic principles of patient-centred care in Radiography and Medical imaging.
May: 4,11,18 and 25 May 2021
June: 8 and 15 June 2021
This course runs over six weeks in the evenings at 7pm.
This is one of the first courses of its kind in the UK specifically for Radiographers and adjusted to Medical imaging practice and communication. Its key takeaway is an enhanced understanding of the basic principles of patient-centred care in Radiography and Medical imaging.
This course is worth 15 credits toward eligible programmes.