Overview of what they do
Medical imaging is the technique and process of creating visual representations of the interior of a body for clinical analysis and medical intervention, as well as visual representation of the function of some organs or tissues. Increasing public awareness about early cancer detection has caused the medical institutions to need more radiographers to undertake various health screening tasks. Such screenings can be in the form of X-rays, CT scans, MRI scans, Mammograms and Fluoroscopy. Further studies in Medical Ultrasonography would allow one to practise as sonographer.
Full discovery of Medical Imaging course
In order to choose the right course, you have to fully understand what you’ll learn and what are the career options. To help you understand what you’ll learn throughout this course, we have…
– Course videos
– Course exercises
– Course-modules explanation
…and to help you understand the career options available to you after completing this course, we have:
– Career videos
– Career-explanation slides with info-graphics
– Career insights (salary, opportunities, industry-news)
– Routes to a recognized professional
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Qualities you need
Attention to detail and good communication skills are qualities that they should have. If they don’t follow exact procedures and pay close attention to requests from other medical staff, there’s a chance they could fail to get the diagnostic images required to identify patients’ conditions. People skills are also useful for dealing with medical professionals from whom they receive requests and submit the diagnostic results. Click here to go to our Interest Test!
It is a 4 years degree program. Total duration of different pathways as below.
- STPM + Degree (Public University) = 6 years
- Foundation + Degree = 5 years
- Diploma + Degree = 6 years
- A-Levels + Degree = 5.5 years