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This module is designed around an attendance of one week to provide the foundation for understanding and relating all of the key processes involved in breast diagnosis. This is then followed by 6 months of learning in a professional environment within healthcare.
The module is designed to provide the academic and clinical components to enable students to fulfil their role in reviewing current application and uses of ultrasound to detect and evaluate breast abnormalities and then to interpret and report on findings. It will facilitate the participants decision making skills based on a broad appreciation of the equipment available and scanning techniques that underpin the diagnosis of breast abnormalities. The module also focuses on the necessary physical processes underlying safe ultrasound practice.
Who is the module for:
All registered healthcare professionals practising within the breast care field with at least two years' full-time clinical experience and a degree/diploma in a healthcare profession. We welcome applications from Radiographers, Radiologists, Breast Clinicians and Associate Physicians.
Registration as a healthcare professional with a degree/diploma in a relevant healthcare profession and at least two years' full-time clinical experience.
Number of credits and level of study:
30 credits at level 7.
Log book and objective structured clinical examination (OSCE)
Jarvis National Breast Screening Training Centre, Guildford, Surrey GU1 1LJ
Pattern of Delivery:
Course length: up to 4 teaching days over 1 week, blended online learning and plus self-directed study.
*Dates may change
Please Email Postgraduate Radiography , Who will be happy to help you with any queries.