The majority of the academic part of this course is delivered at Kingston University, and focuses on basic biological and physical sciences along with oncology, radiobiology and radiotherapy practice.
In year one you participate in the interprofessional foundation programme at St George’s. You will also learn the discipline specific knowledge related to therapeutic radiography practice.
In year two, you are introduced to practice where you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and learn the skills of radiotherapy practice. Simulation on the treatment planning system will develop your understanding of the complexity of radiotherapy treatments and provide the opportunity to develop skills of clinical reasoning.
In the final year, the focus is on the application of knowledge, technique and safe use of technology in the practice of therapeutic radiography. Additionally, skills development in clinical reasoning and evaluation of practice will prepare you for your professional practice. You will also complete a research project on a radiography related topic of your own choice.
Modules throughout the course may include:
|University Campus||Interprofessional Foundation Programme|
|University Campus||Introduction to Radiography|
|University Campus||Radiotherapy and Oncology 1|
|University Campus||Personal and Professional Development 1|
|University Campus||Science and Technology 1|
|University Campus||Treatment Planning|
|University Campus||Radiotherapy and Oncology 2|
|University Campus||Personal and Professional Development 2|
|Practice Placement||Introduction to Practice|
|Practice Placement||Application of Skills|
|University Campus||Research Project|
|University Campus||Radiotherapy and Oncology 3|
|University Campus||Personal and Professional Development 3|
|Practice Placement||Competence and Practice|
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