Nuclear Medicine Techniques



Name of the Programme                   :Nuclear Medicine Techniques


Education Starting Date                    :October 2012

OSS Score Type                                   :NoExamination


Foundation of The Programme        :

Nuclear Medicine Techniques Program 2012-2013 academic year was opened at Dokuz Eylul University School of Health Services.


Purpose of the Programme


In nuclear medicine for diagnostic and therapeutic use of radioactive substances to prepare a safe and competent manner, technological devices and imaging processing operations can be done, trained in radiation safety, to apply the technologyin the field of technical equipment, have the ability to synthesize information, eye and hand coordination comfortable use, communication skills, to use the nuclear medicine specialist and provide coordination with other health professionals to train qualified technical staff.


Contents of the training:


In the field of nuclear medicine diagnostic imaging devices (Gamma camera, SPECT, PET, PET-CT, PET-MRI) was used, and the realization of the daily quality control, simple procedures for viewing (the patient to exercise, etc …) can be madeunder the supervision of physicians, counting devices (gamma counter, uptake device, the gamma probe, C 14 urea test, etc.). use of imaging and therapeutic radiopharmaceuticals under the supervision of the physician to the patient warm andimplementation of the laboratory to check the quality control, in-vitro tests using radioactive materials, and the realizationthat we can help the physician in radionuclide therapy, open radioactive source can be run safely give the necessary knowledge and skills is an education.


Job Opportunities After Graduation:


Graduates of the program under the supervision of the nuclear medicine specialist in nuclear medicine in private and publichospitals, health care companies serving the industry, the research and development laboratories and public and private institutions and organizations concerned are employed.


Cooperation among institutions and organizations:

Learning activities required by the program, employment opportunities, and planning, Ministry of Health, Health Directorates, Turkey Atomic Energy Agency, the public and private health organizations and radiopharmaceuticalproduction centers and shall be in cooperation with the Association of Nuclear Medicine.


1.Earned degrees: Health Technician

2. Qualification level: Undergraduate

3. Terms of Admission: Diploma supplement 3.3.


Health Vocational High School of Radiology, Radiology Technician, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Radiology and to graduate.


As a result of the application to be placed in order of preference ÖSYM.


SSPC 38.clause the application form in the “students who will enroll in this program, applied courses required to wear the uniform.” Rule to accept.


4. Recognition of prior learning:


Students take courses in the same program at another university credits, the program continued with the approval of the recommendation of the Directorate and the Health Services Vocational College are accepted as credits counted towards the program.


5. Qualification Requirements and Regulations: Diploma supplement 4.2


In order to graduate from the program are defined curriculum, professional for 90 ECTS compulsory courses andinternships, for a total of 30 ECTS of elective courses must be taken and the ECTS must complete 120. Courses in grade60 and above. Attendance is mandatory, 70% of theoretical courses, practical courses must attend 80%. Pre-requisitecourses that are defined curriculum, which is a prerequisite for the course or courses must be achieved more.


6. Programme profile:


In the program, physiology, anatomy, medical and radiological terminology of the basic medical sciences courses as well as courses in general education are included. Vocational courses as physics, nuclear medicine, radiopharmacy, radiological anatomy, nuclear medicine imaging, radiology, medical laboratory, radiation safety and radiation protection courses,radiotherapy and nuclear medicine clinical applications are included. Elective courses in the curriculum of professional development, and social and cultural development is supported. 1. At the end of grade 6, week 2 3 weeks at the end of the fall semester class, including the head of their training program approved by the Dokuz Eylul University Hospital or other hospitals (Faculty of Medicine, Hospital, Public Hospitals, Private Hospitals) is a nuclear medicine specialist, into whichthe control state institutions or private centers. Students 1 While the basic English lessons in the classroom 2 year receiveprofessional English courses. Students are tightly linked to medical ethics and deontological rules, respect for patient rightsat any time to carry out the task in all conditions have been cultivated as people with mental and physical structure.


7. The basic program outcomes: automation

PÇ1. Required for the implementation and functioning of the human body for the profession of basic anatomy, physiology, and has a certain disease information.

PÇ2. Have the knowledge required for the profession of physics and chemistry.

PÇ3. Prepares and implements radiopharmaceuticals to be applied to the patient.

PÇ4. Nuclear Medicine examinations and treatments required for the devices, protocol and knows the parameters, as appropriate, medical imaging, and makes it counts.

PÇ5. Patient to radiation, protecting the environment and knows itself.


PÇ6. Professional values, ethical principles and legal regulations and apply them.

PÇ7. Health systems, policies and practices evaluate the effects on the health of the individual and society.

PÇ8. Effective communication in practicing his profession.

PÇ9. Knows the principles of radiotherapy and radiotherapy simulation display.

PÇ10. Knows and uses radiologic imaging devices.

PÇ11. Practicing his profession access to appropriate sources of information and the effective use of information technologies.

PÇ12. Makes business organization.

PÇ13. Knowledge and skills in the profession will be the best way to reach the goal will be equipped to acquire andprovide professional development.

PÇ14. Personal and social development, intends to have the information that will contribute to the social and cultural, national and international problems, sensitive, takes the lead on social issues.


8. Occupational Profiles of Graduates: Diploma supplement 5.2


Graduates of this program work as a Health Technician in the field of Nuclear Medicine


9. Transition to the upper degree programs: Diploma supplement 5.1


ÖSYM contacting our graduates, Vertical Jump Test if they are successful transition to SSPC can be determined by thedegree program. The program started in the academic year 2012-2013 and there is yet another example of the transition from the vertical to the undergraduate program, which will be is still to be determined.


10.Course structure and borrowings:


The courses in the program curriculum, common core, composed of professional and elective courses. Internship must be made. Curriculum of the courses is a prerequisite for internship courses provide more and receive a grade of at least 50 is required. 1st class to be successful internship, 2nd year internship is a prerequisite. 1. At the end of grade 6, week 2 3 weeks at the end of the fall semester class, including the head of their training program approved by the Dokuz Eylul University Hospital or other hospitals (Faculty of Medicine, Hospital, Public Hospitals, Private Hospitals) the supervision of a specialist in nuclear medicine and nuclear medicine laboratories of hospitals being present.


11. Assessment, measurement and evaluation:


Courses, student assessment, course specified forms of promotion rates, course credit in accordance with the theory, application, or both in theory and practice two mid-term exams, homework and assessment course and the course isresponsible for the choice. 1 final examination. Final exam for students who fail the supplementary examination. End of term exams and make-up course assignments specified forms of identification may be considered as well. In order to besuccessful in this course must have a grade of at least 60 is required.


12.Graduation requirements: Diploma supplement 4.2


In order to graduate, students must successfully complete 120 ECTS credits for courses and internships. Course passing system is being implemented in each of the students to be successful in a course grade point average of at least 60 out of 100 is required to provide the final grade. One course exam grade is 50.


13. How it works:


Formal training is applied. 70% of theoretical courses, practical training 80% attendance is mandatory.

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