This course, in partnership with the University of Suffolk, is designed for radiographers wishing to expand their scope of practice and develop the theoretical and clinical knowledge base required to interpret chest and abdomen radiographs and construct clear and concise medical image reports in line with local protocols.
During the course you will learn the theoretical principles of interpretation of chest and abdomen radiographs which alongside work-based learning in your department, will develop your competencies to provide clinical reports of chest and abdomen radiographs
Successful completion of the course will also help evidence your role as an advanced clinical practitioner in relation to Health Education England’s framework for Advanced Clinical Practice (2017). We are also in the process of seeking approval from the College of Radiographers for this course.
This PGC is validated by the University of Suffolk and will be delivered at the Imaging Academy. This is a facility designed specifically to teach radiology and offers access to a picture archiving and communication system linked to image reporting workstations.
Term 1: Radiographic Reporting of the Abdomen, 30 credits (Mandatory Module)
Term 2: Radiographic Reporting of the Chest, 30 credits (Mandatory Module)
Venue: Radiology Academy, Norwich
For further information or to register contact Chris Cobb email@example.com at the University of Suffolk.
Imaging Academy, Cotman Centre, Colney Lane. NR4 7UB
- Part-time UK/EU – £870 per 20 credit module
- Radiographers employed by NHS trusts in the East of England are eligible to have their fees payed. Please contact the course leader to find out more.
- Part-time International – please enquire