The overall aim of the module is to allow practitioners working in the field of MRI to gain the knowledge and skills to develop a more in depth understanding of the theoretical applications of MRI in order to enhance practice and service provision. This is based on the integration of academic underpinning with practical experience.

The course structure will allow the student to gain theoretical knowledge as well as having the opportunity for reflective learning within their own work place. This will facilitate the development of skilled reflective practitioners with the theoretical knowledge and understanding of the principles of MRI in order to practise within their speciality area. The learning outcomes relate to the Education and Career Framework for the Radiography Workforce by allowing students to develop their specialist practice.

The course also fits within the SCoR Learning and Development Framework by allowing practitioners to fulfil their continuing professional development needs having identified competence in MRI as a goal to enable practice at a higher level in line with their career progression framework.

Please note: although a start date is specified in the Course Overview box opposite, this may not represent the actual start date. For confirmation of start date, please contact the staff member named on (the Key details tab) this page.

Course structure

The theoretical element of the course (lectures, discussions, online activities and practical workshops) will last for 16 weeks and will be delivered over four days during that time frame. An MRI scanning console simulator will be utilised during practical workshops to demonstrate manipulation and optimisation of scanning parameters allowing each student to learn in a safe and controlled environment. A 3000 word critical assignment will assess knowledge and understanding

Professional registration

Certification of Competence and CPD Accreditation by the College of Radiographers is being sought.

Entry requirements

Typical Entry: HCPC registered radiographer, CPR training, currently working clinically in MRI.

Key details

Outcome: TBC

Start date: TBC

Duration: 16 weeks

Delivery/ location: TBC

Fees: To view the fee for this single module, visit the Fees and Charges page,  select the appropriate year for entry and look under ‘Postgraduate Laboratory/ Studio-Based Courses’ tab.

For further information, including application process, please contact: Simon Holmes (sholmes@qmu.ac.uk) on +44 (0)131 474 0000.

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Course Overview

Duration
See course description opposite
Start Date
January 2017
Study Abroad
No
Fees & Funding