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Postgraduate breast imaging, diagnosis and care

Radiography students

Postgraduate breast imaging, diagnosis and care

Awarded by Kingston University

You will gain knowledge of screening and treating breast cancer. You will be equipped to meet the demands of diverse patients, and analyse the role of health promotion and interpersonal awareness. Kingston and St George’s offer a suite of courses in breast imaging, diagnosis and care; including foundation and postgraduate study.

Courses

Pre-registration nursing qualification

Post-registration course for continuing personal and professional development

Eligible to be completed on a stand-alone or continuous module-by-module basis within a five year period

Eligible for international students

Why choose us?

  • The inter-professional aspect of some modules results in a unique learning experience provided by the exchange of dialogue between a wide range of professionals such as diagnostic radiographers, therapeutic radiographers, radiologists, breast physicians, nurses, surgeons and physicists
  • We provide a range of opportunities for diagnostic radiographers and other healthcare professionals working in the breast care diagnosis and care field, by offering modules that will help them progress to the level of advanced practitioner and consultant radiographer
  • A flexible and student-centred approach is a key feature
  • You can enrol on a single module to fulfil Continuous Professional Development (CPD) needs or opt for a final award of PgCert to acquire a set of skills specific to a particular role
  • Learning opportunities are greatly enhanced by collaboration with partners in the NHS

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