|10247016||Faculty of Health Sciences|
|Minimum duration of study: 1 year||Total credits: 120||NQF level: 08|
Students who specialised at undergraduate level (i.e. from the second year of study) in Nuclear Medicine, register according to this curriculum.
All students must register for NVB 700 Research principles.
Also consult the General Regulations.
Minimum credits: 120
Development and submission of a research protocol.
PET/CT. PET/MRI. Hybrid image reconstruction technology.
Advanced imaging and processing techniques. Procedures involving the use of emerging technologies and radiopharmaceuticals. Paediatric nuclear medicine diagnostic imaging. Management and administration of therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals. Radiation safety aspects.
Comprehensive quality assurance and unit management. Establishing nuclear medicine services. Advanced concepts, current quality management theory, accreditation, and audit documentation. Basic principles and practices necessary for effective supervision and leadership in a healthcare environment. Principles and practices in human resource management in healthcare settings.
Radiopharmaceutical development trial processes and novel applications.
Continuation of the research process which includes the implementation of the approved research protocol and writing up a research essay of the completed research project.
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