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A practice based portfolio and a 2,500 word written assignment will be used to assess the achievement of the learning outcomes.
Component A - Practice Based Portfolio
This practice based assessment requires the production of a clinical portfolio of evidence. This portfolio must contain the following:
Further details are available in the module handbook.
Rationale: An opportunity for the student to demonstrate clinical competence. The portfolio is assessed in practice and marked as pass/fail as students need to meet a minimum requirement to practice safely at this level.Â The academic team will oversee and moderate the marking of the portfolio.Â There is opportunity for students to demonstrate progression of competencies (where appropriate) and receive formative feedback throughout practice.
Component B Written Assignment
A 2,500 word case study.
Rationale: an opportunity for the student to demonstrate an appreciation of the role of a CT practitioner and operator as defined by IR(ME)R regulations 2000.
Rationale for the use, adaptation and development of CT acquisition protocols in diagnostic and radiotherapy CT units. Consideration for patient preparation including:
Management and Organization
You must have radiography professional qualification or relevant clinical Computed Tomography (CT) experience.
You will not be able to access this module if you do not have a Mentor and/or Departmental support to complete the necessary appraisals, log-numbers and monthly reports.Â Please contact the Module Leader if you have any queries relating to this.
On successful completion of the Fundamental Applications of Computed Tomography Masters level module, you will be able to:
Learning and Teaching
Teaching and learning methods will include, but not be limited to, asynchronous delivery of lecture material through narrated presentations, notes and other guided reading, VLE discussion board fora with specific objectives, workplace tasks, and other study tasks deemed appropriate to the development of student knowledge. Formative feedback on allocated study tasks will be provided.
Includes hours engaged with essential reading, case study preparation, assignment preparation and completion etc. These sessions constitute an average time per level as indicated in the table below.
Students on this module will be working in the field of Computed Tomography.Â There will be competency based tasks to complete locally as per the clinical portfolio component. This will be assessed with on-site Mentors.
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30 credit Masters level module
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