HCT108 - Adult Chest and Abdomen Reporting
This module aims to provide students with the advanced knowledge necessary to produce concise and coherent written reports of the chest and abdomen that detail image appearances, interpret pathology and relate significance to the management of patients with a sensitivity and specificity of 95%.
This is an optional module for PgC/PgD Radiographic Reporting, MSc Radiography and MSc Advanced Practice.
This module is a shared module for the healthcare professions.
A radiological mentor is required for the reporting modules. Please note Cardiff University does not organise the radiological mentor.
Find out when this standalone module is running by downloading our Level 7 Standalone Modules Calendar:
Students are required to have completed Module HCT101 before enrolling on this module.
A first degree or diploma giving a licence to practice in the relevant health profession and two years post registration experience.
Students will need to provide a signed contract from their line manager and radiological mentor confirming the clinical commitment.
Find out how to apply for stand-alone modules.