First cycle degree in

Imaging and radiotherapy techniques (2020/2021)

Class: L/SNT3 - Technical health professions

Class L/SNT3 - Technical health professions
Duration 3 years
Branch Padova; Rovigo; Treviso; Vicenza
Language Italian
Tuition fees and scholarships
President of the Course of Study ROBERTO STRAMARE
Access Restricted
Reference structures Department of medicine, Scuola di medicina e chirurgia

Brief overview of the course

Characteristics and objectives
Radiology is an area of Medicine that provides and uses images (real, reconstructed or virtual) of the patient's body to obtain information useful for diagnosis; radiotherapy uses ionizing radiation to treat diseases. The course teaches the principles of physics, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, anatomy, physiology, pathology and the main clinical applications; it deepens the study of technologies, techniques and materials necessary to perform examinations and therapeutic treatments using radiation. Students learn about the effects of radioactive substances, radiation protection and environmental decontamination procedures, general principles of computer science and computer applications in radiology.

Occupational opportunities
Those who graduate in Medical Radiology Techniques, imaging and radiotherapy obtain the qualification to perform those interventions that require the use of radiation sources, thermal energy, ultrasonic, nuclear magnetic resonance imaging on prescription and in collaboration with the doctor. He also carries out activities in public or private health care facilities as an employee or in the exercise of free profession.

From Bachelor’s degree to Master’s degree
The Course gives access to the Master's degree course in Sciences of Healthcare Professions Diagnostic Techniques, according to the modalities that will be indicated in the specific admission notice.

Curricula
GENERICO - SEDE di PADOVA; GENERICO - SEDE di ROVIGO; GENERICO - SEDE di TREVISO; GENERICO - SEDE di VICENZA