Bristol, University of the West of England
Radiotherapy and Oncology
Tthe programme incorporates 1 14 week clinical practice placement (full-time) in each of the 3 years of the programme; working alongside highly skilled therapeutic radiographers and the wider inter-professional team students have the opportunity to develop and deliver various aspects of radiotherapy treatment and patient care utilising the latest research and technology; successful completion of this course makes you eligible to register on to the health and care professions council (HCPC) register with the protected title of 'therapeutic radiographer'.
Graduate (2.2 or above) in a health or science related subject at Grade C or above. GCSE (or equivalent) in science, maths and English language at grade C or above. Consideration is given to individual's background/life experiences, for example from the previous 1st degree or relevant work experience opportunities in relation to their knowledge and understanding of the profession of radiotherapy.
Year 1: Fundamentals of radiotherapy and oncology; fundamentals of anatomy, physiology and radiographic science; fundamentals of radiotherapy and oncology practice. Year 2: Radiotherapy technology and oncology practice; research methodology for clinical practice; communication skills in cancer and palliative care. Year 3: Contemporary radiotherapy and oncology studies; dissertation module.
A range of assessment methods are used throughout the programme; this includes written assignments, examinations, presentations, posters, online/interactive, objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) and continuous practice assessment within the clinical environment.
|Qualification||Study mode||Fee||Course duration|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|Glenside||Bristol||BS16 1DD||South West|
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