Training (second year)

A.Y. 2020/2021
25
Max ECTS
625
Overall hours
SSD
MED/50
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The Course aims to further assist the student in the introduction to work environment, letting him practice on emergency diagnostic procedures, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end, students must:
- able to apply the diagnostic protocols of conventional radiology in emergency situations
- know how to use a CT modality to perform standard diagnostic examinations
- know how to check the technical quality of a CT examination
- Know how to apply the MRI diagnostic protocols
- Know how to verify the technical quality of an MRI image
- know how to manage the patient during traditional Radiology CT and NM procedures, as for the competences related to the Radiology Technician
- Know how to properly interact with both working team and patient.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Didactic methods.
The students, according to pre-established shifts, will carry out practical activities at the affiliated hospitals. If the epidemiological situation were to worsen, part of the internship will be carried out online, as per the resolution of the Interdepartmental Didactic Board. Any teaching materials will be uploaded to the Microsoft Teams platform. Lessons may also include pre-recorded materials.
Program and reference material.
The program and reference material will not change. The teaching material (slides displayed during the lectures) will be available on the Micrsoft Teams platform dedicated to teaching.
Methods for verifying learning and evaluation criteria.
The exam will take place orally and in the presence or in the event of a worsening of the epidemiological situation, the Microsoft Teams platform will be used. In this case the duration of the test will be about 20 minutes.
The examination, in particular, will be aimed at:
- ascertain the achievement of the objectives in terms of knowledge and understanding;
- ascertain the ability to apply knowledge and understanding and verify the autonomy of judgment through the discussion of the topics covered by the course;
- verify the student's autonomy of judgment also through the analysis of cases discussed during the course or mentioned in the textbooks;
- ascertain the mastery of the specific language of radiological sciences and the ability to present the topics in a clear and logical way, with the necessary links to the content of other courses of the Degree Course.
Course syllabus
Full knowledge of the contents of the 1st year training program.
Technical execution of diagnostic investigations for conventional contrastographic imaging, CT, MRI, vascular and extravascular interventional care, neuroradiology, hemodynamics.
Knowledge and application of procedures for the preparation and administration of contrast media.
Prerequisites for admission
Full knowledge of the courses of "Morphological and functional basis of life", "Radiobiology and radioprotection", "Conventional radiology: Imaging and techniques", "Computed Tomography: Techniques", "Contrast radiology: techniques", "Magnetic Resonance: Techniques" and "Neuroradiology and Interventional Radiology: Techniques".
Teaching methods
The Internship is a teaching activity, during which student works under the direct control of a Professional Tutor coordinated by the Director of Professional Activities of the Degree Course.
Teaching Resources
PASSARIELLO: Elementi di tecnica radiologica e diagnostica per immagini.
Assessment methods and Criteria
Execution of practical activities and operating procedures to simulate the activity carried out at a professional level.
At the end of each year the technical and practical skills, acquired during the professionalizing internship, are subject to evaluation and formalization with a vote by the Director of professional activities in collaboration with Professional Tutors.
The vote is expressed in 30 marks.
The booking on the UNIMIA portal, within the dates established for each appeal, is mandatory for the examination.
MED/50 - APPLIED MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY AND METHODOLOGY - University credits: 25
Practicals - Exercises: 625 hours