Paediatric Imaging


On this course you will explore concepts of paediatric imaging, including osteology of bone development and childhood pathologies.

Image appearances of trauma and pathology, and an awareness of patient safety, especially on Neonatal Unit and Paediatric Intensive Care will be considered.

You will explore imaging techniques associated with imaging of children, with specific consideration of non accidental injury.

Our life-sized paediatric phantom is based on a 5-year-old child.  It is created from a synthetic skeleton, and includes visualisation on x-ray of the kidneys, liver, mediastinum and main pulmonary vessels in the lungs. This phantom has typical fractures of trauma and abuse, to further improve observation skills of student radiographers.


Child Phantom

Who is this course for?

Practising radiographers who working with paediatrics within their role. You must hold a BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography or DCR.

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