Expected learning outcomes
The student will document knowledge within radiation protection, medical radiation equipment, imaging and pathology connected to intervention and ultrasound examinations.
The student will show insight of the needs of the patient, and how to take care of the patient before, during and after intervention and ultrasound examinations.
The student will show knowledge and skills within teamwork connected to intervention and ultrasound examinations and knowledge about emergency teamwork.
The student will document communication skills and how to deal with conflicts.
The student will show knowledge about administration in contrast media used in intervention and ultrasound.
Patient care and patient needs. Radiation physics, radiation protection, medical radiation equipment used for intervention and ultrasound equipment, imaging, hematology and endocrinology, work ethics and communication.
PBL (Problem Based Learning)
Form(s) of Assessment
Home exam, see textarea
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
Individual written home exam, 72 hours. The written exam must be based upon at least two peer reviewed artcles.
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
The student must document presence at mandatory parts of module 1 - 5.
There will be prepared for the student to choose an topic and search for articles in advance of the home exam