Radiotherapy

City University London
Em Islington (Reino Unido)

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  • Postgraduate
  • Islington (Reino Unido)
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Overview This course has a flexible modular approach focusing on the clinical specialties Radiotherapy.The course gives students the skills and knowledge to apply critical appraisal to practice and promote reflective and evidence-based practice.The course is  approved by the College of Radiographers.Who is the course for?The course is for qualified practising  therapy radiographers.  who are typically at an early stage in their career (Band 5/6) and wish to study at Masters level. It is also suitable for therapy radiographers at any stage in their career.Why study Radiography at City?Study on a flexible and modular courseBenefit from a course approved by the College of RadiographersWiden your employment opportunities in the UK and overseasLearn from expert staffFocus your study in the clinical specialties of Radiotherapy. School of Health Sciences Entry Requirements: Applicants should hold a minimum of a lower second class honours degree in an appropriate field of Radiography, or the equivalent from an international institution.A Diploma from the College of Radiographers may be accepted, subject to successfully demonstrating the required academic level by completing a pre-course assignment (early application is recommended).Applicants should be practising therapy radiographers also having a relevant clinical placement for an average of three days per week or its equivalent for the duration of the Programme. More...



Course Fees: Part-time EU: £3,750 (MSc) Part-time Non EU: £7,500 (MSc) More...



Start Date: The course starts in September and January each academic year. How to Apply Entry Requirements ...

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Northampton Square, EC1V 0HB , London, Reino Unido
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Course Content

The courses enable students to apply scientific, research, professional and technical knowledge to your role within  Radiotherapy. Students will be able to build on the knowledge and clinical experience gained from professional work, allowing students to enhance their professional development and make a greater contribution to the  healthcare process or treatment pathway.

Course Structure Postgraduate Certificate - 60 credits

Students can select from the following module pool to achieve the required credits:

  • CHM002 Education in the Workplace (15 credits) *
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  • RCM005 Evidence based practice (15 credits) *
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  • RCM010 Student negotiated module (15 credits) *
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  • RCM120 Work based learning in practice (15 credits) *
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  • RCM123 Science and instrumentation of CT (30 credits) *
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  • RCM128 Issues in advanced practice 1 (15 credits) *
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Postgraduate diploma (120 credits)

Compulsory

  • HRM011 Introduction to research methods and applied data analysis (30 credits) *
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Or

  • HRM011 Introduction to research methods and applied data analysis - online module (30 credits) *
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Students can select from the above module pool to achieve the additional credits for the Diploma.

You may negotiate with the programme director to choose one 15 credit module from within the School of Health Sciences as long as the learning outcomes are in line with those of your programme (e.g. from the Health Management Programme)

MSc (180 credits)

Diploma above plus

  • AMP002 Dissertation (60 credits) *
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Teaching and Assessment

A range of teaching and learning methods are used including formal lectures, seminars, tutorials, demonstrations/workshops, clinical practice, work based learning and self-directed study.

Assessment methods include examinations, essays, oral and poster presentation, case studies, e-learning tasks and clinical portfolios.