Academic excellence for business and the professions
Radiography
School of Health Sciences
Welcome
Richard Thorne
Programme Director, Radiotherapy
Debbie Poynter
Lecturer, Diagnostic Imag...
School of Health Sciences
City University London - leading global university
committed to academic excellence and focused ...
School of Health Sciences
Exceptional employment prospects
• City University London has exceptionally good links with busi...
School of Health Sciences
Central London location
• We are located in the heart of
London, close to the capital's leading
...
School of Health Sciences
88%
of our
undergraduates are
in employment or
further study after
graduation
120 year
experienc...
School of Health Sciences
Our courses
We offer a wide range of courses for those who want to work in healthcare
(pre-regis...
School of Health Sciences
Our staff
• Clinical experience
• Research active
• Informing best practice and policy
• Author ...
School of Health Sciences
All modules are
delivered by
qualified
Radiography
staff.
The Programme
School of Health Sciences
Year 1 – Radiotherapy Programme Overview
Module Credits Assessment
Common
(Joint)
2 x 15 OCSEs (...
School of Health Sciences
Year 2 – Radiotherapy Programme Overview
Module Credits Assessment
Radiographic Research
Methods...
School of Health Sciences
Year 3 – Radiotherapy Programme Overview
Module Credits Assessment
Research Exercise
(Joint)
30 ...
Radiotherapy Programme Overview
26/08/13 02/09/13 09/09/13 16/09/13 23/09/13 30/09/13 07/10/13 14/10/13 21/10/13 28/10/13 ...
School of Health Sciences
Radiotherapy Radiography – Skills suite
School of Health Sciences
The First Step – Pre treatment
School of Health Sciences
Computer Planning
• Using professional software
for planning radiotherapy
treatments
• Aim: Targ...
School of Health Sciences
Treatment
School of Health Sciences
Year 1 - Diagnostic Imaging Programme Overview
Module Credits Assessment
Summative:
Common
(Join...
School of Health Sciences
Year 2 - Diagnostic Imaging Programme Overview
Module Credits Assessment
Summative:
Radiographic...
School of Health Sciences
Year 3 - Diagnostic Imaging Programme Overview
Module Credits Assessment
Summative:
Research Exe...
Diagnostic Radiography Programme Overview
26/08/13 02/09/13 09/09/13 16/09/13 23/09/13 30/09/13 07/10/13 14/10/13 21/10/13...
School of Health Sciences
Diagnostic Radiography – Skills Suite
School of Health Sciences
Competency
School of Health Sciences
Imaging
School of Health Sciences
Patient Care & Communication
School of Health Sciences
Radiography at City
• We also visit you every week whilst
in clinical placement
• Have termly pe...
School of Health Sciences
• You need a BSc (Hons) degree to
qualify as a radiographer
• 3 years full-time
• 50% in the Uni...
School of Health Sciences
Uniform Policy (NHS Requirement)
School of Health Sciences
• To work nationally or internationally… our degree is recognised in
most countries.
• After a f...
School of Health Sciences
Other support
• Student Help desk
• Student Centre
• Library services
• IT support
• Students’ U...
School of Health Sciences
What’s next?
• Tour of facilities
• Information stand – Common Room
• Open day guide: other talk...
School of Health Sciences
Any questions?
Academic excellence for business and the professions
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We hope you have a positive and
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Radiography, School of Health Sciences - City University London Undergraduate Open Day 29th June 2013

  1. 1. Academic excellence for business and the professions Radiography
  2. 2. School of Health Sciences Welcome Richard Thorne Programme Director, Radiotherapy Debbie Poynter Lecturer, Diagnostic Imaging
  3. 3. School of Health Sciences City University London - leading global university committed to academic excellence and focused on business and the professions 9th in the UK for graduate-level jobs (The Sunday Times University Guide 2013) Top 30 One of the top 30 universities in the UK (Times Higher Education Table of Tables 2012) Top 5% in the top 5% of universities in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012) 15 Research in 15 areas of academic activity assessed as being comparable with the best in the world (2008 Research Assessment Exercise) Top 10 for starting salaries (Which University 2013)
  4. 4. School of Health Sciences Exceptional employment prospects • City University London has exceptionally good links with business and the professions. • Our courses are accredited by professional bodies, which ensures that courses are relevant and up-to-date, and helps improve your employment prospects.
  5. 5. School of Health Sciences Central London location • We are located in the heart of London, close to the capital's leading financial, legal, media and medical institutions. • London has been placed second in the Top Universities Best Student Cities in the World 2012. • Both professionally and personally, students have the opportunity to benefit from all that London has to offer.
  6. 6. School of Health Sciences 88% of our undergraduates are in employment or further study after graduation 120 year experience in training health professionals 4 distinct areas with state-of-the-art clinical skills suites and laboratories for nursing and midwifery, radiography, optometry and speech and language therapy 130+ academic staff who are leading health educators, practitioners and researchers The School of Health Sciences - leading the field of healthcare education and health policy with our interdisciplinary approach and world-class research
  7. 7. School of Health Sciences Our courses We offer a wide range of courses for those who want to work in healthcare (pre-registration) and those who already work in the sector (post- registration) at different levels: • Undergraduate • Top-up degrees • Conversion degrees In various areas such as: Health Management, Policy and Research; Human Communication; Long- term care; Mental Health; Midwifery; Nursing; Optometry; Public Health; Radiography; and Speech and Language Therapy. • Masters • CPD • Research – PhDs
  8. 8. School of Health Sciences Our staff • Clinical experience • Research active • Informing best practice and policy • Author of core textbooks Networking Events and Lectures • The Dean’s Lecture Series: with our leading Professors and external speakers who are key figures in the health and social care sector.
  9. 9. School of Health Sciences All modules are delivered by qualified Radiography staff. The Programme
  10. 10. School of Health Sciences Year 1 – Radiotherapy Programme Overview Module Credits Assessment Common (Joint) 2 x 15 OCSEs (Jan exam week) MCT (Jan Exam week) Clinical Portfolio (4 weeks at end of year) Principles of Radiotherapy Practice 15 Exam (Jan exam week) Anatomy, Physiology & Oncology 2x30 MCT tests within module Exams (Jan & May exam week) Radiotherapy Equipment 15 Essay Exam (May exam week)
  11. 11. School of Health Sciences Year 2 – Radiotherapy Programme Overview Module Credits Assessment Radiographic Research Methods & Stats (Joint) 15 Exam (Jan exam week) Management and Radiotherapy Technique A 30 MCT tests within module Case study Viva (June) Competence to Practice A 30 Observation assessment Portfolio CPA’s Viva (June) Radiotherapy Physics & Planning 30 Portfolio Viva (April) Radiobiology 15 Presentation (June)
  12. 12. School of Health Sciences Year 3 – Radiotherapy Programme Overview Module Credits Assessment Research Exercise (Joint) 30 Project or Patchwork includes: Oral PP presentation (30%) 3000 word review article (70%) Holistic Patient Care 15 Group presentation Management and Radiotherapy Technique B 30 MCT tests within module Poster presentation (May exam week) Competence to Practice B1 & B2 2 x 15 Observation assessment Portfolio CPA’s Viva Health Policy & Quality Management 15 Essay (May exam week)
  13. 13. Radiotherapy Programme Overview 26/08/13 02/09/13 09/09/13 16/09/13 23/09/13 30/09/13 07/10/13 14/10/13 21/10/13 28/10/13 04/11/13 11/11/13 18/11/13 25/11/13 02/12/13 09/12/13 16/12/13 23/12/13 30/12/13 06/01/14 13/01/14 City Week 52 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Resit Assessment Board Exam Week OSCE Exam Exam Exam x 2 Exam RT2022 Management & Radiotherapy Technique A (30C) Form MCT RT2023 Competence to Practice A (30) RT2024 Radiotherapy Physics & Planning (30C) Mock viva RT3022 Holistic Patient Care (15C) Study Group Pres. RC3021 Research Exercise (30C) (or RC3007 Research Project) Submission Group Discussion RT3023 Management & Radiotherapy Technique B (30C) Study RT3024 Competence to Practice B1 (15C) Submission 20/01/14 27/01/14 03/02/14 10/02/14 17/02/14 24/02/14 03/03/14 10/03/14 17/03/14 24/03/14 31/03/14 07/04/14 14/04/14 21/04/14 28/04/14 05/05/14 12/05/14 19/05/14 City Week 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Interim Ass't Board Exam Week Exam Exam x 2 Submit Essay Exam Form MCT Form MCT Mock Viva Assignment submission RT2023 Competence to Practice A (30) RT2024 Radiotherapy Physics & Planning (30C) Portfolio Submission RC3021 Research Exercise (30C) Presentation Submission RT3023 Management & Radiotherapy Technique B (30C) Form MCT Poster Pres RT3025 Competence to Practice B2 (15C) Viva RT3026 Healthcare Policy & Quality Management (15C) Sub - Essay 26/05/14 02/06/14 09/06/14 16/06/14 23/06/14 30/06/14 07/07/14 14/07/14 21/07/14 28/07/14 04/08/14 11/08/14 18/08/14 25/08/14 City Week 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 Written Work Deadline 1st Year Term 1 Resit Week Clinical Assess't Deadline Assess't Board Year 1 RC1022 Common 2 (15C) Sub - Portfolio Study Viva Study Viva Viva Study Presentation Year 3 Submission RT3025 Competence to Practice B2 (15C) Resits Holiday Key Academic weeks Clinical weeks Assessments Holiday Term 3 Year 2 Year 3 Preparation Yr 2 Preparation Centrally Organised Resits Holidays Year 3 Study Study Study RT1026 Radiotherapy Equipment (15C) RT1025 Anatomy, Physiology & Oncology 2 (30C)Year 1 Year 2 RT2022 Management & Radiotherapy Technique A (30C) Study RC1022 Common 2 (15C) Term 2 Holiday RC1021 Common 1 (15C) Study Study RC2021 Radiography Research & Statistics (15C) Year 3 Study Study 2013-2014 Resits Year 1 Study (Clinical Portfolio submission on 1st Mon) 2013-2014 City Welcome Week Induction 2013-2014 Year 2 Resits RT2025 Radiobiology (15C) Term 1 RT1023 Principles of Radiotherapy Practice (15C) RT1024 Anatomy, Physiology & Oncology 1 (30C)
  14. 14. School of Health Sciences Radiotherapy Radiography – Skills suite
  15. 15. School of Health Sciences The First Step – Pre treatment
  16. 16. School of Health Sciences Computer Planning • Using professional software for planning radiotherapy treatments • Aim: Targeting high dose radiation beams and sparing normal tissue
  17. 17. School of Health Sciences Treatment
  18. 18. School of Health Sciences Year 1 - Diagnostic Imaging Programme Overview Module Credits Assessment Summative: Common (Joint) 2 x 15 0 OCSEs (Jan exam week) MCT (Jan Exam week) Clinical Portfolio (4 weeks at end of year) Radiographic Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology 30 Exam (Jan exam week) Exam (May exam week) Science for Medical Imaging 1 30 Exam (Jan exam week) Exam (May exam week) Principles of Imaging In Practice 1 30 Viva (May exam week) Exam (May exam week)
  19. 19. School of Health Sciences Year 2 - Diagnostic Imaging Programme Overview Module Credits Assessment Summative: Radiographic Research Methods (Joint) 15 Exam (Jan exam week) Science for Medical Imaging 2 15 Exam (Jan exam week) Principles of Imaging In Practice 2 30 Essay (Jan) Essay (May) Oral presentation (June) Professional Practice 60 Clinical Portfolio Viva (May exam week) Film Viewing Exam (May exam week)
  20. 20. School of Health Sciences Year 3 - Diagnostic Imaging Programme Overview Module Credits Assessment Summative: Research Exercise (Joint) 30 Project or Patchwork includes: Oral PP presentation (30%) 3000 word review article (70%) Equipment Evaluation 15 Exam (Jan exam week) Viva (Jan exam week) Image Interpretation 15 Exam (May exam week) Preparation for Clinical Practice 45 Exam (IV injecting Jan exam week) Viva (May exam week) Clinical assessments Clinical Portfolio Management & Radiographic Practice 15 Exam (May exam week)
  21. 21. Diagnostic Radiography Programme Overview 26/08/13 02/09/13 09/09/13 16/09/13 23/09/13 30/09/13 07/10/13 14/10/13 21/10/13 28/10/13 04/11/13 11/11/13 18/11/13 25/11/13 02/12/13 09/12/13 16/12/13 23/12/13 30/12/13 06/01/14 13/01/14 City Week 52 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Resit Assessment Board Exam week OSCE Exam RD1023 Radiographic Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology (30C) Exam 1 RD1024 Science for Medical Imaging 1 (30C) Exam 1 PIP1 (WS1) RD1025 Principles of Imaging in practice 1 (30C) PIP1 (WS2) RC2021 Radiography Research & Satistics (15C) Exam RD2022 Science for Medical Imaging 2 (15C) Exam PIP2 (WS CT/US) Essay 1 RD2024 Professional Practice in Medical Imaging (60C) RC3021 Research Excercise (30C) (or RC3007 Research Project) Submission Group Discussion RD3022 Equipment Evaluation (15C) RD3022 WS Exam & Viva RD3023 Image Interpretation (15C) RD3024 Preparation for Clinical Practice (45C) IV Exam 20/01/14 27/01/14 03/02/14 10/02/14 17/02/14 24/02/14 03/03/14 10/03/14 17/03/14 24/03/14 31/03/14 07/04/14 14/04/14 21/04/14 28/04/14 05/05/14 12/05/14 19/05/14 City Week 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 Interim Assessment Board Year 2 Clinical Submission Exam week RC1022 Common 2 (15C) Exam RD1023 Radiographic Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology (30C) Exam 2 RD1024 Science for Medical Imaging 1 (30C) Exam 2 RD1025 PIP1 (30C) PIP1 (WS3) PIP1 (WS4) PIP1 (WS5) Viva & Exam RD2023 Principles of Imaging in Practice 2 (30C) RD2023 Essay 2 RD2024 Professional Practice in Medical Imaging (60C) Exam RC3021 Research Excercise (30C) Presentation Submission RD3023 Image Interpretation (15C) OSCE RD3024 Preparation for Clinical Practice (45C) Viva RD3025 Management and Radiographic Practice (15C) Exam 26/05/14 02/06/14 09/06/14 16/06/14 23/06/14 30/06/14 07/07/14 14/07/14 21/07/14 28/07/14 04/08/14 11/08/14 18/08/14 25/08/14 City Week 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 1st Year Term 1 Resit Week Year 3 Clinical Submission Year 1 Clinical Submission Assess't Board Year 1 RC1021 Common (15C) AB RD2023 Study Oral Pres. RD2024 Study Viva Year 3 Prep Year 3 Study Holiday Study Study 2012-2013 Centrally Organised Resits RD3024 PCP (45C) Study Holiday 2012-20132012-2013 Term 2 Year 2 Study Key Holidays Term 3 Year 1 Assessments Year 2 Year 1 Resits City Welcome Week Term 1 Study Study Year 2 Holiday Study RC1021 Common (15C) RD1025 PIP1 (30C) Hoilday Academic / Study RC2021 Tutorial on Mon / RD2022 Revision on Tues RD2023 Principles of Imaging in Practice 2 (30C) Induction Study Year 3 Year 2 Prep (Some specials) Academic weeks Holiday Clinical weeks Holiday Study Holidays Holiday Year 3 Resits
  22. 22. School of Health Sciences Diagnostic Radiography – Skills Suite
  23. 23. School of Health Sciences Competency
  24. 24. School of Health Sciences Imaging
  25. 25. School of Health Sciences Patient Care & Communication
  26. 26. School of Health Sciences Radiography at City • We also visit you every week whilst in clinical placement • Have termly personal tutor meetings • Have termly staff student liaison meetings
  27. 27. School of Health Sciences • You need a BSc (Hons) degree to qualify as a radiographer • 3 years full-time • 50% in the University – 50% in the hospital • City uses a number of hospitals in London and Essex as training sites for both Radiotherapy and Diagnostic Radiography • By accepting a place on the programme you are agreeing that you may be placed at one of these sites. Higher Education
  28. 28. School of Health Sciences Uniform Policy (NHS Requirement)
  29. 29. School of Health Sciences • To work nationally or internationally… our degree is recognised in most countries. • After a few years general experience radiographers can choose to specialise in areas such as: Ultrasound Nuclear medicine Radiotherapy planning Counselling Information and support Teaching Research Further Opportunities
  30. 30. School of Health Sciences Other support • Student Help desk • Student Centre • Library services • IT support • Students’ Union • Sport and fitness • Social activities Find out more today! See the Open Day Guide for details of talks or what to visit... Or go to www.city.ac.uk
  31. 31. School of Health Sciences What’s next? • Tour of facilities • Information stand – Common Room • Open day guide: other talks / key places to visit • Further information: – www.city.ac.uk/health/undergraduate/radiography Radiography Admissions Enquiries: – 020 7040 5000 – health@city.ac.uk – Social media / current students: www.facebook.com/cityhealthsciences https://twitter.com/CityUniHealth
  32. 32. School of Health Sciences Any questions?
  33. 33. Academic excellence for business and the professions Thank you for listening We hope you have a positive and interesting day and decide to join us

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