COURSE SYLLABUS

Radiography in position to magnetic resonance imaging with Clinical Practice 7.5 credits

Radiografi med inriktning mot magnetresonanstomografi
First cycle, M0055H
Version
Course syllabus valid: Autumn 2019 Sp 1 - Present
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Syllabus established
by 19 Feb 2010

Last revised
by 26 Feb 2019

Education level
First cycle
Grade scale
U G VG *
Subject
Radiology
Subject group (SCB)
Medicine
Main field of study
Radiography

Entry requirements

In order to meet the general entry requirements for first cycle studies you must have successfully completed upper secondary education and documented skills in English language and The course assumes knowledge equivalent to: M0089H Radiography - imaging systems and methods M0088H Medical Science - in-depth studies in anatomy and pathology M0057H Radiography in position to conventional radiology with Clinical Practice M0064H Scientific specialization in radiography M0074H Radiography - Nursing at Advanced Diagnostics The course requires furthermore the following passed courses or test: M0085H Radiography, basic course I M0086H Radiography, basic course II M0067H Radigraphy Nursing Interventions in position radiography with Clinical Practice M0066H Radiography Nursing techniques in position radiography with Clinical Practice M0026H Medical Science: Anatomy and Physiology in position to Radiology M0029H Medical Science: Microbiology,infection control and infection disease M0070H General Pharmacology, Contrast Agents and Pharmaceutical Calculation M0050H Radiation Science and Radiological Modalities Test 0012 Clinical practice in M0057H Radiography in position to conventional radiology with Clinical Practice


More information about English language requirements


Selection

The selection is based on 1-165 credits.



Course Aim
After the course, the student should, independently and under supervision, be able to carry out frequently occurring magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations and administrate drugs/contrast agents in a safe way to the patient, which includes:
  • Being able to apply examination methodology, demonstrate skills and explain how image formation takes place to confirm diagnosis in common magnetic resonance imaging examinations
  • Being able to describe underlying topographic anatomy and pathology for frequently occurring magnetic resonance imaging examinations
  • Being able to apply interview, observation and communication methodology to assess, plan, carry out, evaluate and document nursing for individuals with disease and their next of kin in connection with magnetic resonance imaging examinations
  • Being able to describe and discuss current drugs and the field of use of contrast agents, adverse drug reactions, risks and contraindications for MRI
  • Being able to discuss and apply safety measures and observe patient safety and security in connection with MRI examinations
  • Being able to show a professional attitude and evaluate his/her ability to carry out magnetic resonance imaging examinations and identify personal areas of improvement
  • Being able to describe the different tasks during MRI examinations and interact with the participating staff
  • Being able to describe and apply current laws, statutes and local guidelines that apply in MRI examinations

Contents
  • Radiological methodology, technology and diagnostics in MRI examinations
  • Topographic anatomy and pathology in MRI examinations
  • Nursing in MRI examinations
  • Safety in MRI examinations
  • Work placement in MRI units
  • Seminar with advanced assignments and workshop with clinical patient case with various problem solutions

Realization
The course offers students introducing lectures in the different sections in order to reach course's objectives. The lectures take place partly on campus or via the distance-bridging technology. The course contains compulsory laboratory sessions/seminar with advanced assignments and patient cases. The students also acquire knowledge and are trained to reach the learning objectives via the work placement. Via the assessment interviews, the student trains critical self-evaluation and to assess own needs of additional knowledge. The content of course elements and its teaching methods specifically geared towards radiology nursing profession.

Examination
The student's work placement is examined and assessed by the student demonstrating skills and knowledge during the placement with an implemented exam-patient and via the assessment form. The work placement assessment takes place in a two-party conversation between student and supervisor. The theoretical part is examined through assignments, a written individual examination and through seminars / laboratory work. Alternative examination formats may be used. 

Only one re-examination/transfer is given for the course in relation to the work placement. If there are special circumstances, additional retakes/transfers can be granted. Special circumstances are those stated in Regulations of the National Agency for Higher Education HSVFS 1999:1.


Remarks
This is a first-cycle course.

This course, with clinical placement are subject to Special rules regarding clinical placement according to Head of Department decision.  

Study supervision is in the course room in Canvas.

Transition terms
This course replaces M0042H.

Examiner
Johan Kruse

Literature. Valid from Spring 2016 Sp 3 (May change until 10 weeks before course start)
Aspelin, P. & Pettersson, H. (ed.) (2008). Radiologi. (1st ed.) Lund: Studentlitteratur
Berglund, E. & Jönsson, B. (2007). Medicinsk fysik. (1st ed.) Lund: Studentlitteratur.
Bontrager, K.L. & Lampignano, J.P. (2014). Textbook of radiographic positioning and related anatomy. (8th ed.) St. Louis, Mo.: Mosby/Elsevier.
Ehrlich, R.A. & Coakes, D.M. (2013). Patient care in radiography: with an introduction to medical imaging. (8th ed.) St. Louis, Mo.:Elsevier Mosby .

Reference literature can be added and is stated in the study guide.

Course offered by
Department of Health Sciences

Modules
CodeDescriptionGrade scaleHPStatusFrom periodTitle
0012Written individual examU G VG *2.00MandatoryA19
0013SeminarU G#2.00MandatoryA19
0011Clinical practiceU G#3.50MandatoryA14