- A good honours degree from a recognised institution of higher education
- An equivalent overseas qualification
- Extensive professional experience (at the discretion of the programme leader)
You should also have at least six months of clinical experience in Nuclear Medicine and spend at least 40% of your clinical time working within the modality. This should be maintained for the duration of the programme
Study a range of topics that consolidate and develop your understanding of routine practice in nuclear medicine. These modules, which include theoretical and clinical components, give you the opportunity to discuss your current practice or departmental procedures with a range of peers, clinical experts and academic tutors.
- Fundamental Clinical Skills in Nuclear Medicine - (30 Level M credits) - A professional practice introduction to the fundamentals of routine practices in nuclear medicine, including imaging protocols and procedures, imaging agents, and being able to distinguish between normal and abnormal image appearances.
- Science and Instrumentation in Current Nuclear Medicine Practice - (15 Level M credits) - An introduction to basic concepts in nuclear medicine physics, and the interaction between radioactive substances and matter. We also look at current designs for cameras used in nuclear medicine.
- Cross-sectional Anatomy for the Nuclear Medicine Practitioner - (15 Level M credits) - An overview of the regional anatomy associated with the head, neck and trunk and its relation to nuclear medicine practice. This module also encourages you to investigate disease processes common in the nuclear medicine environment, using cross-sectional data.