Featured Article: What does world cancer day mean to you?
To mark World Cancer Day, we spoke to Medical Physicist and Course Leader for BSc (Hons) Radiography, Shelley Blane about what the day means to her, why the role of a Therapeutic Radiographer is so important in cancer care, the impact of Covid-19 on Radiotherapy, and what makes the Radiography degree at AECC University College so unique.
Featured Article: Interview with Dan Jones Head of Medical Services at Cardiff Blues
Head of Medical Services at professional Welsh regional rugby union team, Cardiff Blues, Dan Jones recently completed the MSK Ultrasound Short Course at AECC University College. Dan tells us more about why he undertook the course
Be at the forefront of medicine in terms of technology with our on-campus imaging facilities and our expert tutelage. Whether you're looking at Undergraduate or Postgraduate level, or at a short course in ultrasound. All our courses at the School of Radiology will help set you in the right direction in your career.
Keep up to date with the latest research from the School of Radiology. Andrew Williams is the research lead for the School of Radiology. Andrew has clinical interests in advanced radiotherapy treatment techniques and equipment, patient safety, quality improvement and patient experience. In his academic role, he is interested in the development of blended and connected learning through the integration of studio and virtual reality-based activities
Why become a Therapeutic Radiographer?
One in two of the population will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime and so radiotherapy treatment, which uses high energy x-rays to treat tumours, has never been more important. Transform lives by learning how to use cutting edge technology to treat conditions such as cancer