The aim of the MSc Ultrasound Imaging Programme is to enable you to:
• Critically evaluate current advances in ultrasound imaging • Apply an evidence based approach to enhance current and future practice • Perform high quality scans in a safe and effective manner • Reflect upon all aspects of scan performance to enhance quality of practice
The programme is offered on a full-time and part-time basis. Please note: international applicants will only be eligible for the full-time route.
All modules are offered as stand-alone, students will be able to step off at PG Certificate and PG Diploma stage.
• Principles of Ultrasound Imaging (30 credits) • Abdominal Ultrasound Imaging (30 credits) • Musculoskeletal Ultrasound Imaging (30 credits) • Obstetric Ultrasound Imaging (30 credits) • Gynaecology and Early Pregnancy Ultrasound Imaging (30 credits) • Screening and Diagnosis (30 credits) • Advancing Practice in Medical Imaging (30 credits) • Dissertation (Advanced Medical Imaging) (60 credits)
You will be assessed by a range of examinations including written exam, poster presentation, essays and portfolio. There will be some online self assessments and opportunities for feedback as you progress through the module from your tutors.
Prospective students will usually be required to have achieved a 2.1 Honours degree, but consideration will be given to students with a 2.2 Honours degree with appropriate experience and satisfactory references. Applicants must have access to a clinical mentor and clinical placement. We welcome applications from international and UK health professionals.BSc (Hons) graduates or equivalent with a degree in a health related discipline, and registered with a relevant professional body. Medically qualified doctors with MBBCh or equivalent and registered with a relevant professional body.
Recipient: University of Salford
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