Students will complete core courses and courses in Physics & Instrumentation, Nuclear Math, Clinical Nuclear Medicine, Radiochemistry & Radiopharmacy, Radiation Safety, Computer Applications, and Patient Care.
When you enroll in the Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology program at Michener, you will study a wide range of subjects, including the complex instrumentation associated with state-of-the-art SPECT, PET, CT and hybrid scanners, preparation of radioactive tracers, image interpretation and core health sciences such as anatomy and physiology. Aside from profession specific skills and knowledge, you will also learn about the Canadian health care system, the importance of interprofessional health care delivery, and how to provide your patients optimal care; many of these courses are taught in a collaborative environment, allowing you to learn from, about, and with other health care professional students.
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There are 3 regularly scheduled didactic conferences a week, including a comprehensive series of lectures in all aspects of clinical nuclear medicine, and a series of lectures in physics, computer techniques and radiochemistry. In addition, there are quarterly journal clubs and PET conferences as well as weekly departmental Grand Rounds lectures.
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As a Nuclear Medicine Technologist you will become part of an interdisciplinary diagnostic imaging team. You will be employed in a variety of clinical environments including; community or teaching hospitals, private clinics, research institutes, and public health institutions.
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The residency program is available to anyone who has completed an ACGME approved internship. The 2 year fellowship is available to those who have completed an ACGME approved residency. The 1 year fellowship is only available to those who have completed an ACGME approved radiology residency. Once the residency or fellowship is completed, the Nuclear Medicine physician will be able to practice at all levels of nuclear medicine. After completion of the residency or fellowship, the physician will be board eligible for the American Board of Nuclear Medicine or sit for the Certificate of Added Qualification offered by the American Board of Radiology.
About Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging - SNMMI
A comprehensive redesign of the Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology curriculum is now complete and the result is a program that encompasses the changing practice and technology in the field. The new program is a hybrid learning experience designed to meet the needs of different learners by allowing students to participate in both online and face-to-face components. Theory is put into practice by examining increasingly complex case studies and applying knowledge in both simulated and clinical environments. Students will work both independently and in teams to develop problem solving and clinical reasoning skills to support application to clinical practice.
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SNMMI/ACNM MRI Case Reviews: Abdominal
SNMMI and ACNM have partnered to bring you the first-ever set of online MRI teaching modules as an introduction to interpreting MRI. »
Mid-Winter Meeting CT Case Reviews
This offering provides a comprehensive for nuclear medicine professionals. Review and interpret up to 100 CT studies. »