As well as covering clinical skills and scientific background, you’ll also have the opportunity to become familiar with the latest in research output in the field. This will mould you into a more rounded and versatile practitioner who’s prepared to make a positive impact on patient outcomes through your work.
As the most advanced of our qualifications in Diagnostic Radiography, our MSc in Diagnostic Imaging (Diagnostic Radiography) at University of Leeds provides comprehensive training and flexibility to ensure you get the most out of your time studying with us. Our breath of optional modules allow you to tailor the course around your career plans and our dedicated and experienced team are always on hand to offer expert guidance around personal development and career progression.
College of Radiography accredited.
- demonstrate in-depth, extended, specialist knowledge of equipment and techniques relevant to a broad range of advanced practice in diagnostic Radiography
- demonstrate a sophisticated understanding of underpinning scientific, technical and professional principles/concepts informed by knowledge at the forefront of advanced practice in diagnostic Radiography
- critically appraise the need for diagnostic Radiography and image-guided investigations and procedures by synthesising clinical and other relevant information to inform decision making
- apply in-depth specialist scientific, technical and professional knowledge, sophisticated psycho-motor skills and critical judgement and decision making behaviours related to the acquisition, interpretation and reporting of diagnostic Radiography examinations to standards that meet national and local quality criteria;
- critically appraise and respond to each individual’s physical and psycho-social needs
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before , National
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Students must have:
- Normally a BSc (Hons.) in Diagnostic Radiography (at least 2:1)
- Have secured a suitable clinical placement (where appropriate) and:
- Employment with, or secondment to, a diagnostic imaging department or with access to diagnostic imaging facilities, approved by the University of Leeds
- Identification of 2 suitable clinical mentors within this department
- Employer’s agreement to undertake the course and provide adequate time and facilities to meet the learning outcomes of the programme.
- Satisfactory references and attendance at an admissions event
- Advanced standing.
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