Diagnostic radiographers provide an imaging service for most departments within the hospital including, accident and emergency, outpatients, operating theatres and wards. X-rays are an imaging technique used by diagnostic radiographers to visualise injuries or disease, or monitor changes inside the body. Diagnostic radiographers carry out a range of procedures, which may include cross-sectional imaging techniques such as computerised tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasound and radionuclide imaging (RNI).
Second class honours degree or above in any discipline. Applicants without these academic qualifications would be considered through the University’s normal Recognition of Prior Learning procedures. It is essential that all applicants have some shadowing experience in a clinical environment.
This course is not suitable for those already holding a diagnostic radiography or medical qualification.
Shortlised applicants will be invited for an interview.
You would require a satisfactory PVG (Protecting Vulnerable Groups) check to show you are suitable for this type of course. Contact Disclosure Scotland for details.
School of Health Sciences