|Basis of Education||Competence Standards||Structure of Studies||Development of Expertise||Methods and implementation||Course Table|
|Name||Intership 5: Developing Computerised Tomography Examinations|
|Objectives||- The student|
- develops his or her optimisation skills in computed tomography (CT) examinations
- interprets and detects pathological changes on the CT images, eg the most common leaks, fractures, dislocations, metastases etc.
- performs technical quality assurance measurements and explain the importance of the results for computed tomography imaging
- finds further evidence-based information on computed tomography imaging
- assesses and develops his or her professional skills in computed tomography imaging
|Content||- computed tomography (CT) examinations and radiological procedures, PLE|
|Requirements||- Internship in the imaging departments of central and university hospitals, writing down the starting level and objectives in a blog, assessment of one’s own skills and learning|
- Assignment: Examine and explain the use of DLP (Dose Length Product) and CTDI (Computer Tomography Dose Index) in computed tomography (CT) examinations. Examine and explain the radiation doses of ten (10) computed tomography (CT) examinations and the methods of radiation dose optimisation.
|Grading Scale||Passed (S) - 0|
|Course material||Internship instructions|
We reserve the right to make changes to the curriculum due to the need to update the content being studied.