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This module is designed for multi-disciplinary healthcare practitioners working in the field of breast cancer diagnosis and care. This module will develop and extend the participants' clinical expertise necessary to contribute to the multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of breast disease. It will facilitate the participants' broader appreciation of the tools and techniques that underpin the diagnosis of breast abnormalities from the academic perspective. The module will explore a full range of current and future practice relating to modern and developing breast cancer services.
Who is the module for:
All healthcare practitioners working in the field of breast cancer diagnosis and care.
Degree or diploma in Radiography or other healthcare profession or equivalent.
Number of credits and level of study:
30 credits at level 7.
Coursework Essay - (Family history & genetics) 2500 words 50%
Review of the literature (relating to current & future trends in imaging) (1500 words) 25%
Scenario (practical application of future trends) (1500 words) 25%
The Rose Centre, St George's Hospital, Cranmer Terrace, SW17 0RE
Pattern of Delivery:
*Dates may change
Ms Sherril Spencer (primary)