Master Of Medicine (Radiology)

by | Oct 2, 2019

Programme Structure

Phase I (Year 1)

  • The general objective is to enable candidates to acquire knowledge of:
  • Radiological anatomy
  • Radiology physics (including radiation hazards & protection)
  • Radiographic techniques
  • Radiologic equipments & apparatus
  • Radiology procedures
  • Basic musculoskeletal trauma (extremities)
  • Contrast media, radioisotope and related drugs used in radiology
  • Introduction to radiation hazards & protection
  • ICT and applications in radiology

Phase II

(Year 2 & Year 3)

The general objective is to enable candidates to acquire knowledge, skills and develop good attitude appropriate for the management of patients in the various radiology subspecialties which will be useful in incorporating multi disciplinary approaches. The candidates are expected to continuously apply the knowledge and skills gained in Phase 1. Candidates will also prepare and conduct research project leading to a submission of a dissertation. Candidates are required to attend short courses in Research Methodology, Biostatistics and Good Clinical Practice. They will sit for the Professional II examination at the end of Phase II when the required criteria are fulfilled

Phase III (Year 4)

The general objective is for the candidates to function as a ‘consultant-in-training’ and supervise
candidates in Phase 1 and Phase 2.
Candidates will learn and gain experience in Management in Radiology and Quality in Radiology.
Candidates are required to present and submit their dissertation.
They will sit for the Professional III examination at the end of Phase III when the required criteria
are fulfilled.

Year 1

  • Rotations with Various Imaging Modalities
  • Radiological Anatomy
  • Medical Physics
  • Radiation Hazards & Protection
  • Radiographic Techniques
  • Radiology Procedure
  • Radiological equipments
  • Contrast agents & drugs

Year 2 & 3

  • Rotations with various imaging modalities
  • Apply the knowledge and skills gained in Phase I
  • Common radiological features on various imaging modalities
  • Radio-pathological correlation Differential diagnoses
  • Journal review
  • Preparation of dissertation –
  • selection of topic and presentation of the proposal
  • Data collection
  • Research Methodology & Biostatistic
  • Good Clinical Practice (GCP)

Year 4

  • Registrar / ‘Junior Radiologist’

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