RAD3041 - Clinical studies 5
8 points, SCA Band 2, 0.1666667 EFTSL
Undergraduate Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Leader(s): Associate Professor Marilyn Baird
Clayton Term 2 2009 (Day)
Participation in computed tomography (CT) examinations of the head, chest, spine, abdomen and musculo-skeletal body regions under supervision. Further experience in radiographic examinations involving modification of general and advanced radiographic methods, techniques and other procedural variables. Quality assurance procedures in CT.
Through appropriate supervised clinical experience, students will extend the clinical knowledge, understanding and skills in the medical imaging modality of computed tomography as addressed in RAD3011 (Medical imaging and methods 2 (CT) and digital image processing 2). Students will commence the development of clinical professional skills and proficiencies, patient assessment, procedural technique, clinical problem solving and legal considerations consistent with the requirements of CT. In relation to general radiographic practice, students will continue the ongoing development of clinical professional skills and proficiencies with experience of increasing complexity or difficulty of examination determined by either patient status, procedural technique, patient and professional communication, image evaluation and supplementary examination, organisational or legal obligations.
Clinical procedural record: 30%
Medical imaging clinical skills' examinations: 50%
Professional development portfolio: 20%
Only available to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Radiography and Medical Imaging.