Courses - Faculty of Medical And Health Sciences


Clinical Imaging

Stage II

CLINIMAG 201
15 Points

Radiographic Clinical Practice I

Introduces the fundamental knowledge and clinical skills necessary to perform a range of routine radiographic examinations with a patient-centred focus.

Stage III

CLINIMAG 301
15 Points

Radiographic Clinical Practice II

Extends the fundamental knowledge and clinical skills necessary to perform a range of routine and non-routine radiographic examinations, including specialist views and adaptive techniques, with a patient-centred focus.

CLINIMAG 302
15 Points

Radiographic Clinical Practice III

Develops the fundamental knowledge and clinical skills necessary to perform a range of advanced radiographic imaging examinations including mammography, angiography, interventional procedures, and computed tomography (CT), with a patient-centred focus.

Stage IV

CLINIMAG 401
30 Points

CLINIMAG 401A
15 Points

CLINIMAG 401B
15 Points

Radiographic Clinical Practice IV

Consolidates the knowledge and clinical skills necessary to perform all radiographic imaging examinations, with a patient-centred focus.

To complete this course students must enrol in CLINIMAG 401 A and B, or CLINIMAG 401

Postgraduate 700 Level Courses

CLINIMAG 705
15 Points

Nuclear Medicine Clinical Applications

Addresses normal and altered radiopharmaceutical biodistribution imaging appearances and protocol selection relating to clinical practice of various body systems including respiratory, endocrine, hepatobiliary, genitourinary and gastro-intestinal systems.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 720

CLINIMAG 706
15 Points

Nuclear Medicine Specialised Clinical Applications

Addresses normal and altered radiopharmaceutical biodistribution appearances, and protocol selection and development, associated with cardiovascular, lymphatic and oncological applications in Nuclear Medicine. Students will also examine non-imaging radionuclide investigations and therapeutic applications associated with current and evolving Nuclear Medicine techniques.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 720

CLINIMAG 707
15 Points

CT Clinical Practice

Addresses normal and abnormal CT imaging appearances, protocol selection and development, and includes reflection on clinical practice. The course will ensure students develop the knowledge, competencies, skills and attitudes needed to demonstrate mastery in both academic and professional capability in CT practice.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 710

Restriction: CLINIMAG 717

CLINIMAG 708
15 Points

Mammographic Clinical Practice

Addresses normal and abnormal mammographic imaging appearances, technique evaluation and adaptation, and includes reflection on clinical practice relating to mammography. The course will ensure students develop the knowledge, competencies, skills and attitudes needed to demonstrate mastery in academic and professional mammographic practice.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 707

CLINIMAG 709
15 Points

Principles of Clinical Ultrasound

Provides a fundamental understanding of ultrasound technology and applications. Students will integrate physical principles of ultrasound including transducer technology, quality assurance, bio-effects and safety, and apply these to clinical practice. In addition, they will analyse standard imaging techniques, normal and abnormal imaging appearances of the abdomen, pelvis and lower leg veins and perform examinations of these areas.

Corequisite: MEDIMAGE 716

CLINIMAG 710
15 Points

MRI Clinical Applications

Addresses normal and abnormal imaging appearances, protocol selection and development, and applications associated with standard neurological, musculoskeletal and body MRI examinations.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 714

Restriction: CLINIMAG 701, 702

CLINIMAG 711
15 Points

MRI Specialised Clinical Applications

Addresses complex scientific principles of MRI relevant to a range of specialised applications. Students will examine advanced pulse sequences, specialised procedures including breast MR, enterography, MR angiography functional MRI and cardiac MRI. Techniques such as perfusion, spectroscopy, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), and tractography, will be investigated in addition to new and evolving techniques.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 714

Restriction: CLINIMAG 702

CLINIMAG 712
15 Points

MRI Clinical Practice

Develops the knowledge, competencies, skills and attitudes needed to demonstrate mastery in both academic and professional capability in MRI practice.

Prerequisite: Departmental approval

CLINIMAG 713
15 Points

Ultrasound Clinical Applications in Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Addresses normal and abnormal ultrasound imaging appearances, adaptation of scanning techniques relating to gynaecology and obstetrics ultrasound imaging.

Prerequisite: CLINIMAG 709 or MEDIMAGE 716

Restriction: CLINIMAG 703

CLINIMAG 714
15 Points

Ultrasound Clinical Applications

Addresses normal and abnormal ultrasound imaging appearances, adaptation of scanning techniques relating to the abdomen, musculoskeletal system, vascular system, small parts and paediatric imaging. Students will develop theoretical knowledge and reflect on competencies, skills and attitudes required for mastery in academic and professional ultrasound practice.

Prerequisite: CLINIMAG 709 or MEDIMAGE 716

Restriction: CLINIMAG 704

CLINIMAG 715
15 Points

Ultrasound Clinical Practice

Develops the knowledge, competencies, skills and attitudes needed to demonstrate mastery in both academic and professional capability in ultrasound practice.

Prerequisite: Departmental approval

CLINIMAG 716
15 Points

Nuclear Medicine Clinical Practice

Develops the knowledge, competencies, skills and attitudes needed to demonstrate mastery in both academic and professional capability in Nuclear Medicine practice.

Prerequisite: Departmental approval

CLINIMAG 717
15 Points

CT Clinical Applications

Addresses normal and abnormal Computed Tomography (CT) imaging appearances, protocol selection and modification, and application to clinical practice.

Restriction: CLINIMAG 707

CLINIMAG 718
15 Points

Special Topic

CLINIMAG 719
15 Points

Ultrasound Abdominal Clinical Applications

Addresses normal and abnormal ultrasound imaging appearances, scanning techniques and applications associated with abdominal ultrasound examinations. An emphasis will be placed on integrating theory and clinical practice elements to facilitate sound clinical decision making and clinical competence.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 716

Restriction: CLINIMAG 704, 714

CLINIMAG 720
15 Points

Ultrasound Specialised Clinical Applications

Addresses normal and abnormal ultrasound imaging appearances, scanning techniques and applications associated with musculoskeletal, vascular, small parts and paediatric ultrasound examinations. An emphasis will be placed on integrating theory and clinical practice elements to facilitate sound clinical decision making and clinical competence.

Prerequisite: MEDIMAGE 716

Restriction: CLINIMAG 704, 714

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