Cross-sectional Imaging - Therapeutic

This module is aimed for Therapeutic Radiographers and will be delivered jointly with the Cross Sectional Imaging - Diagnostic (RA7005a) module. Although the contents of the two modules are similar, there are distinct differences in the application of practice which will be evident in the assessment presentation. The module will bring together the physical principles and clinical applications of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. The aim of the module is to help Therapeutic Radiographers at all levels to make effective and safe use of contemporary localisation systems found in oncology practice. In addition, by critically exploring technological advances in cross sectional imaging systems the module will also help prepare the Radiographer for the future developments in oncology practice.

Learning outcomes:  

  • critically discuss the physical principles, and compare and contrast mechanisms of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. compare and contrast the clinical / localisation applications of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.
  • critically evaluate the quality assurance and the safety measures associated with computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging.
  • review and evaluate cross sectional image anatomy and pathology.

Who is the module for:  

Suitable for registered Therapeutic Radiographers (or equivalent) working in a Radiotherapy department in the NHS or private sector, with experience of cross-sectional imaging modalities.

Module code:   RA7005b

Entry criteria:  

Diploma or Degree in Radiography

Number of credits and level of study:   30 credits at level 7.

Assessment:   Essay and Poster

Location:   Kingston University

Pattern of Delivery:   Course Length 5 Days Teaching plus independent self-study

Module dates*

  • Monday 15 June 2020

*Dates may change

Fee:   £1690

Module leader:   Mr Anthony Dennis (primary)


Please Email Postgraduate Radiography , Who will be happy to help you with any queries.

Cross-sectional Imaging – Therapeutic