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  • Study Type

    Full time & Part time available

  • Subject Areas

    Nursing & Health

  • Start Date

    September, January

  • Course Duration

    36 weeks

  • Course Type

    PgCert

  • Course Fees

    For our latest fees, please see our course page: website

  • Last Updated

    03 October 2017

Course content

Why choose this course?

- When you've successfully completed this short course you'll have the reporting skills for interpreting DXA scans.

- You can study it as a stand alone course, or as part of the Postgraduate Certificate in DXA Reporting.

- You'll be supported by a range of healthcare professionals who reflect the clinical diversity in the management of fracture risk.

About this course

The course is equivalent to two modules at masters level 7. The course lasts for about 36 weeks, but is dependent on the time you need to develop your portfolio of evidence.

We've taken a multidisciplinary approach to developing this course, so you will benefit from learning with people from different professions, to improve your knowledge and understanding of DXA scans.

You'll attend a minimum of four study days which will support your learning, provide keynote lectures, case study discussions in small groups, and viewing of scan sessions. These interactive study days are an integral part of this course.

Following the study days, you'll develop a reflective portfolio of 100 cases, where you have independently reported on BMD results and commented on normal variants, artefacts and appearances in the image. You'll need to include a broad range of examples that reflect the diversity of your patient populations. Twenty of your reports will need to include detailed reflective practice. Your report should include treatment recommendations to agreed local protocols, which you'll need to include in your portfolio. You must present an audit of your reports compared with those of a trained practitioner. Your portfolio will need to be signed off by the trained practitioner who is your mentor in practice. You must ensure you have the support of a suitably appropriate mentor prior to admission on to the programme.


Visit the DXA Reporting for Clinicians page on the University of Derby website for more details!

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