Breast radiology postgraduate programme
We offer Postgraduate Pathway in Breast Imaging modules in
partnership with London South Bank University. These can:
- be taken individually as standalone modules
- contribute to a PGCert (60 credits)
- contribute to a PGDip (120 credits)
- contribute to an MSc (180 credits)
Fees and further information
See below for a summary of courses. For more information including prices, contact our Training Co-ordinator.
Postgraduate Award in Breast Imaging
Mammography Theory and Practice (40 credits)
Theory element – This five-day course is held at both King's College Hospital and London South Bank University.
Course dates: 25-29 September 2017; 16-20 April 2018
Practice element – a further week of practical training provided at King’s by individual arrangement. Please ring us to arrange a date. This can be undertaken before or after the theory element.
The Postgraduate Award in Mammography Theory Module leaflet has further details.
Postgraduate Pathway in Mammographic Studies
Mammography Image Interpretation (40 credits)
Five-day course. Students also attend individually, following the course, to undertake a test roller.
Course dates: 11-15 September 2017
The Mammography Image Interpretation Course leaflet has further information.
Clinical Breast Examination and Communication Skills (20 credits)
For practitioners working in the breast unit who wish to develop specific knowledge and skills in clinical breast examinations and how they communicate with patients.
Course dates: 19-20 September 2017
The Clinical Breast Examination and Communication Skills leaflet has further details about requirements as well as a course description.
Specialist Skills Development: Work-Based Learning (Breast Ultrasound) (40 credits)
For those wishing to develop breast ultrasonography and ultrasound guided biopsy skills.
Individual start dates may be negotiable.
Please contact our Training Co-ordinator to arrange a date.
Other modules available include Leadership Skills for Allied Health Professionals, Understanding Cancer Care and Management and the Practice Educators Course.