The aim of this program is to provide the training needed by physicists and technicians in order to acquire solid background. The training allows them to apply appropriate diagnostic imaging techniques in conventional radiology, C-arm radiology, contrast studies, hemodynamics, and angiography; nuclear medicine and PET-CT, radiotherapy, nuclear magnetic resonance, computed tomography, mammography, and other techniques. Additionally, it trains on the management of all equipment and instruments of involved in diagnostic imaging techniques, including the processing of the images and their delivery, as well as patient preparation before the studies are conducted. The graduates of this program can practice their profession in official and private health care facilities in the management of imaging services, thus being a fundamental part of the medical imaging team.
The graduates of this program can work in tasks related to computed tomography, nuclear magnetic resonance, nuclear medicine, mammography, radiotherapy, conventional radiology, C-arm radiology, interventional radiology, among others.
Graduates of this program are qualified to:
– Apply techniques in the management of equipment in order to obtain images of body structures needed to define a diagnosis.
– Collaborate with the radiology physician in special and interventionist studies.
– Guide and educate patients about the biological effects of ionizing radiation and other means used in diagnostic imaging.
– Develop scientific research and be a part of multidisciplinary teams to deepen their knowledge in their field.
– Perform quality control of diagnostic equipment and offer advice with a solid ethical and humanistic foundation.
– Enroll in specialization courses, graduate programs, and teach within their field.
– Lead or coordinate diagnostic imaging services.
Upon completion of the program, graduates will be able to:
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