This module will explore the academic theory behind the various Medical Magnetic Resonance techniques and provide the clinical radiographer with the knowledge and ability to make informed decisions and judgements about their clinical role.
In order to become a competent and professional member of the team the radiographer must understand all aspects of the role and appreciate the factors which can affect final diagnoses. The radiographer must be able to critically analyse this information and apply it in the clinical situation. It is essential that the radiographer keep up to date with current trends within Medical Magnetic Resonance Imaging through constantly reviewing the appropriate current research and literature.
Through the use of student discussions throughout the duration of the module you will be presented with a range of working protocols currently in place in the clinical setting. This information will enable you to make decisions concerning best practice issues within Medical Magnetic Resonance.
In order to complete the assessments for this module you must spend a minimum of six weeks working in a clinical Magnetic Resonance Unit while the module is running.
This module aims to produce a specialist radiographer with an understanding of the principles of the techniques available for use within Medical Magnetic Resonance and to allow you to apply your knowledge and skills to the clinical situation and become a confident and reflective practitioner.
Dr Christina Malamateniou
JAN: Monday 20, 21 and 22 January 2020
FEB: Monday 3, 4 and 5 February 2020
APR: Monday 6 April 2020
Module Submission Dates:
Oral Presentation: Monday 6 April 2020
Written Assignment: Monday 30 April 2020
Non EEA students can only apply as part of a programme, not as a stand-alone module.
For those students whose first language is not English the following qualification is also required:
Christina has worked as an academic and researcher in Medical Imaging for the last 16 years, having worked previously as an MRI radiographer in the University Hospital of Athens, Greece, where she qualified. She was awarded her PhD from imperial College London, having carried out her research at the Robert Steiner ...