Degree in Radiology, Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy Techniques

YEAR I - I SEM.

TOT CFU

SSD

SUBJECT

PARTIAL CFU

I.C.BIOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL FOUNDATIONS OF LIVING SYSTEMS

9

 

 

 

 

 

bio/13

Applied Biology

2

 

 

med/36

Radiology

1

 

 

bio/10

Biochemistry

2

 

 

bio/12

Clinical Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

2

 

 

med/03

Genetics

1

 

 

med/07

Microbiology

1

I.C. ANATOMY, HISTOLOGY AND HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY

8

 

 

 

 

 

bio/16

Human Anatomy and Radiological Anatomy

4

 

 

med/36

Radiological Anatomy

1

 

 

bio/17

Histology

1

 

 

bio/09

Human Physiology

2

I.C. INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY, STATISTICS AND PHYSICS APPLIED TO RADIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

8

 

 

 

 

 

med/01

Medical Statistics Applied to radiological sciences

1

 

 

inf/01

Information Technology applied to Radiological Sciences

2

 

 

ing-inf/05

Data Processing and storage

2

 

 

fis/07

Basics of Physics and radiation Physics

3

YEAR I - II SEM.

 

 

 

 

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING TECHNIQUES I

8

 

 

 

 

 

med/36

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy

2

 

 

med/50

Medical Sciences and Techniques

6

I.C. GENERAL HYGIENE, RADIOLOGICAL INSTRUMENTS AND RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION

7

 

 

 

 

 

ing-inf/07

Electronics and Information Technology

2

 

 

med/36

Radiological Protection

2

 

 

med/44

Workplace Safety

3

ANNUAL CLINICAL PRACTICE

17

med/50

 

17

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/SEMINAR ACTIVITIES

2

 

 

2

PROFESSIONAL LABORATORIES

1

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

TOT CFU I AY

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR II - I SEM.

TOT CFU

SSD

SUBJECT

PARTIAL CFU

I.C. MEDICAL AND CLINICAL SCIENCES I

7

 

 

 

 

 

med/33

Diseases of the Locomotive system

2

 

 

med/06

Medical Oncology

3

 

 

med/28

Elements of stomatological diseases

2

I.C. ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICS

9

 

 

 

 

 

med/42

General and Applied Hygiene

3

 

 

secs-p/02

Political Economy

4

 

 

secs-p/07

Business Administration

2

I.C. PHARMACOLOGY

6

 

 

 

 

 

bio/14

Radiopharmaceuticals

3

 

 

med/36

Safe Handing of Radiopharmaceuticals

3

YEAR II - II SEM.

TOT CFU

SSD

SUBJECT

PARTIAL CFU

I.C. TECHNIQUES OF DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING II

12

 

 

 

 

 

med/36

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy

6

 

 

med/50

Medical Sciences and Techniques

6

ELECTIVE COURSES

3

 

 

3

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/SEMINAR ACTIVITIES

2

 

 

2

CLINICAL PRACTICE (ANNUAL)

20

med/50

 

20

PROFESSIONAL LABORATORIES

1

 

 

1

TOT CFU II AY

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR III - I SEM.

TOT CFU

SSD

SUBJECT

PARTIAL CFU

I.C. PROFESSIONAL ETHICS

4

 

 

 

 

 

m-psi/01

Clinical Psychology, group Dynamics

2

 

 

med/50

Medical Sciences and Techniques (Ethics and Communication)

2

MEDICAL AND CLINICAL SCIENCES II

6

 

 

 

 

 

med/10

Elements of Diseases of the Respiratory system

2

 

 

med/11

Elements of diseases of the cardiovascular system

2

 

 

med/12

Elements of Gastrointestinal Diseases

2

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING TECHNIQUES III

12

 

 

 

 

 

med/36

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy

6

 

 

med/50

Medical Sciences and Techniques

6

YEAR III - II SEM.

 

 

 

 

ELECTIVE COURSES

3

 

 

3

ENGLISH

3

 

 

3

CLINICAL PRACTICE (ANNUAL)

23

med/50

 

23

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY/SEMINAR ACTIVITIES

2

 

 

2

PROFESSIONAL LABORATORIES

1

 

 

1

FINAL EXAM

6

 

 

6

TOT CFU III AY

60

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TOT CFU

180

 

 

 

 

The prerequisites needed by students who wish to enroll in the Degree course in techniques of medical radiology for images and radiotherapy are:

  • Adequate initial preparation according to what is foreseen by the current regulations to enter courses with a nationally limited number of participants
  • Good predisposition to human contact
  • Good team working skills
  • Ability to analyze and resolve problems
  • Ability to autonomously acquire new knowledge and information by evaluating them critically.

Possession of a study title that meets one of the following criteria:

  • a secondary school diploma that gives access to the University, issued by a state or equivalent educational institution of the Italian education system in Italy or abroad;
  • final qualification of secondary education issued by an institution belonging to a foreign school system, located in Italy or abroad, obtained following a course of at least 12 years of schooling;
  • final qualification of secondary education obtained in a school system that includes 10 or 11 years of schooling, supplemented with one or two years of university, provided that all the exams scheduled for those academic years have been passed.

Candidates enrolled in the last year of secondary school can also participate in the selections at the state and private school institutions of the Italian education system or at a foreign secondary education institution that allows the achievement of a valid qualification for admission to courses of higher education of the Italian system with the condition, if the test results are positive, to present the diploma or qualification just obtained at the time of the subsequent enrolment to the courses, under penalty of exclusion from the list of admitted candidates.

Students already in possession of an academic degree (obtained in Italy or abroad) and those who come from another degree course or university degree are required to observe the same procedures indicated in this call for applications and take part in the admission test.

NEW CALLS for Non EU Candidates

Health Professions Degree Courses for NON-EU students residing abroad:

  • 35 slots for the Degree Course in Radiology, Diagnostc Imaging and Radiotherapy

    Techniques.

Registration for the admission test will be possible from February 1th, 2019 to April 23th, 2019.

Please read the Call for Application and get all necessary information to sit the exam.

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE ADMISSION OF NON EU IN THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS

In order to complete the registration for the admission test, each candidate needs to register and follow the instructions.

The candidate is responsible for the information given when filling in the registration form. The presence of false, incorrect or omitted information leads to the immediate exclusion from the test or, if already passed, the cancellation from the lists of those admitted.

The Admission test

The entry test for all Degree Courses is the UCAT test.

Entry to the Master’s Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery and to the other courses of Medical School is regulated by a multiple choice written admission test and a speaking test.

The UCAT is developed and delivered by the UKCAT Consortium. Information regarding test content and how to prepare for the test can be found here (www.ukcat.ac.uk).

In February 2019, the UKCAT Consortium are changing the name of their admission test from UKCAT to UCAT. From 1stFebruary 2019, the website will change to www.ucat.ac.uk. The test content will remain the same.

UCAT is a computer-based test to be taken at certified test centres (see Annex 1) and lasts two hours. The test consists of five separate sections to be passed within a set time and each consists of a series of multiple choice questions.

Additional time is granted to candidates with proven disabilities or particular medical conditions.

 

Sections

No. of Questions

Points

(min-max)

Verbal Reasoning

Establishes the ability to critically evaluate information presented in written form.

44

300 - 900

Decision-Making

Establishes the ability to make decisions and make correct judgments using complex information.

29

300 - 900

Quantitative Reasoning

Establishes the ability to critically evaluate information presented in numerical form.

36

300 - 900

Abstract Reasoning

Establishes the ability to use convergent and divergent reasoning to infer relationships between different elements and information.

55

300 - 900

TOTAL

164

1200-3600

 

Situational Assessment

It measures the ability to understand real situations and identify the critical factors and the most appropriate behavior to face them.

69

Level

1-4

 

UCAT Test Evaluation

The overall assessment is obtained by summing the scores of the Verbal Reasoning, Decision-making, Quantitative Reasoning, Abstract Reasoning sections. The “Situational Assessment” section is not relevant for the final score. For details on the modalities of the UCAT test, please visit www.ukcat.ac.uk.

UniCamillus draws up the final ranking based on the results scored in the UCAT test.


EU Candidates

There are no new calls open to this moment for Eu Candidates.

 

Title Author Subject Editor Professor
Essential Cell Biology-Fourth Edition Bruce Alberts, Dennis Bray, Karen Hopkin, Alexander D Johnson, Julian Lewis, Martin Raff, Keith Roberts, Peter Walter General and Cellular Biology W.W. Norton & Company, Inc. A. Michienzi
Hall, Eric J.: Radiobiology for the radiologist 7th ed Eric J. Hall, Amato J. Giaccia Radiobiology Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins A. Chiaravalloti
Biochemistry Denise Ferrier Biochemistry Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins G. Mei
Lehninger principles of biochemistry, 2017 D. L. Nelson, M.M. Cox Biochemistry W.H. Freeman & Co. - MacMillan Learning/International Higher Education G. Mei
Chemical Principles: The Quest for Insight Peter Atkins , Loretta Jones, Leroy Laverman  Clinical biochemistry and molecular biology W.H. Freeman & Co. - MacMillan International Higher Education D. Sbardella
Chemistry M.S. Silberberg Clinical biochemistry and molecular biology McGraw-Hill Education D. Sbardella
General, Organic & Biochemistry 7th Ed. 2010 Katherine J Denniston, Joseph J Topping and Robert L Caret Clinical biochemistry and molecular biology McGraw-Hill Higher Education D. Sbardella
Medical Genetics  Lynn Jorde John Carey Michael Bamshad Medical Genetics Elsevier C. Ciccacci
The basics of Microbiology  Richard A. Harvey, Pamela C. Champe, Bruce D. Fisher  Microbiology Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott Williams & Wilkins D. Armenia
Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology- 11st Edition  Frederic H. Martini, Judi L. Nath, Edwin F. Bartholomew Human Anatomy and radiological anatomy Pearson M. Barchi, G. Sciamanna
Human Anatomy Martini, Timmons, Tallitsch Human Anatomy and radiological anatomy Pearson M. Barchi, G. Sciamanna
Principles of Human Anatomy Gerard J. Tortora, Mark Nielsen Human Anatomy and radiological anatomy Wiley M. Barchi, G. Sciamanna
Gray's Basic Anatomy  Richard Drake A. Wayne Vogl Adam Mitchell Human Anatomy and radiological anatomy Elsevier M. Barchi, G. Sciamanna
Applied Radiological Anatomy Paul Butler, Adam Mitchell, Jeremiah C. Healy, Harold Ellis Radiological anatomy Cambridge University Press A. Chiaravalloti
Concise Histology - 1st Edition  Leslie Gartner James Hiatt Histology Elsevier V. Rossi
Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology- 11st Edition  Frederic H. Martini, Judi L. Nath, Edwin F. Bartholomew Histology Pearson V. Rossi
Berne & Levy Physiology, Sixth Updated Edition Bruce Koeppen Bruce Stanton Human physiology Elsevier M. Palmieri
Human Physiology: from Cells to Systems, 9th Edition Lauralee Sherwood Human physiology Cengage Learning (Pentalibro a Roma) M. Palmieri
Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology 13th Edition John Hall Human physiology Elsevier (+ Saunders) M. Palmieri
Primer of Biostatistics, Seventh Ed. Stanton A. Glantz Medical Statistics McGraw Hill Education L. P. Weltert
Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow (16th edition)  Deborah Morley and Charles S. Parker Information technology applied to radiological sciences Cengage Learning (Pentalibro a Roma) A. D'Ambrogio
Understanding Computers: Today and Tomorrow (16th edition)  Deborah Morley and Charles S. Parker Data processing and storage Cengage Learning (Pentalibro a Roma) A. D'Ambrogio
PHYSICS: Principles with Applications, Seventh edition Douglas C. Giancoli  Basics of physics and radiations physics Pearson Education. Inc  I. Indovina

Formal didactics

This didactic form includes:

- lectures: dealing with one specific topic that is identified by a title and performed by a teacher with the help of computing and/or multimedia supports based on a predefined calendar and given to students enrolled to a specific course year and divided into small groups;

- seminars: didactic activities with the same characteristics as lectures but carried out contemporarily by many teachers with different competences and, as such, noted in the lesson registers in each one of them.

During the last period of the course, when non Italian students will have acquired sufficient command of the language, some courses may be taught in Italian.

Non formal didactics

It deals with interactive didactic activities aimed at small groups of students and coordinated by a tutor whose task is that of facilitating the students in the acquisition of knowledge, abilities and behavioral models. Learning mainly occurs through stimuli deriving from problem solving and the use of methodological skills needed to resolve them and taking decisions as well as through the direct and personal use of actions (gesture and relational) in practical exercises and/or attending clinical departments, surgeries, territorial facilities and research laboratories.

A) Teaching courses.

The integrated teaching courses are held by one or more teachers in function to the specific objectives assigned to the course.

The specific objectives of the individual courses that are contained in the exam programs and their programming are proposed annually by the course teachers within the start date of the enrolments for the new academic year.

B) Professional activities.

During the three year degree course, the student is required to acquire the professional specifications in the nursing field by carrying out internships in facilities identified by the degree course council (CCL) and in the defined periods. The internship can also be done in developing countries.

C) Elective activities.

The degree course council organizes the offer of elective didactic activities that are created with lectures, seminars, interactive courses with small groups among which the student is able to exercise their own personal option until achieving an overall number of 6 credits.

Each student autonomously chooses the elective activities among the didactics supplied.

Calendar - Degree in Radiology, Diagnostic Imaging and Radiotherapy Techniques

Didactic Director: prof. Federico Santarelli

Office hours: Prof. Santarelli sees students every Tuesday from 3.30 p.m. to 6 p.m. upon appointment (federico.santarelli@unicamillus.org).

 

START March 04, 2019  END June 29, 2019

 


START Nov 26, 2018  END Feb 1, 2019

 

FIRST YEAR

Discipline

Credits

Session

I.C. Biological and biochemical foundations of living systems

9

COORDINATOR Prof. Sbardella

I session: February 14th, 2019 h.12:00 P.M.
II session: February 28th, 2019 h.12:00 P.M.

III session:Thursday 4 July 2019 h 12 am (written)
IV session:Thursday 19 September 2019 h 10:30 am (written)
V session:Friday 24 January 2020 h 10:30 am

I.C. Anatomy, histology and human physiology

8

COORDINATOR Prof. Giuseppe Sciamanna

I session: February 15th, 2019 h.3:00 P.M.
II session: February 26th, 2019 h.11:00 A.M.
III session:Thursday 27 June 2019 h. 2:00 P.M.
IV session:Thursday 12 September 2019 h. 2:00 P.M.
V session:Thursday 16 January 2020 h. 2:00 P.M.

I.C. Information technology, statistics and physics applied to radiological sciences

8

COORDINATOR Prof. Andrea D’Ambrogio

I session: February 8th, 2019 h.3:00 P.M.
II session: February 22nd, 2019 h. 3:00 P.M.

I.C. Diagnostic imaging techniques 1

8

COORDINATOR Prof. Federico Santarelli

 

I session: Tuesday 23 July 2019 h. 3:00 P.M.(written)
II session: Tuesday 3 September 2019 h. 3:00 P.M.
III session:Tuesday 28January 2020 h. 3:00 P.M.

I.C. General Hygiene, Radiological Instruments and Radiological protection

7

COORDINATOR Prof. Antonio Pietroiusti

 

I session: Wednesday 18 July 2019 h. 2:00 P.M.
II session: Friday 20 September 2019 h. 2:00 P.M.
III session: Friday 10 January 2020 h. 2:00 P.M.

Professors office hours calendar

Professors receive students upon appointment (book via e-mail) according to:

I.C. Biological and biochemical foundations of living systems

Professor

Day

Hour

email

Alessandro Michienzi

Wednesday

11 A.M. – 12 A.M.

alessandro.michienzi@unicamillus.org

Agostino Chiaravalloti

Tuesday

5 P.M. – 7 P.M.

agostino.chiaravalloti@unicamillus.org

Giampiero Mei

Monday

2 P.M. – 3 P.M.

giampiero.mei@unicamillus.org

Diego Sbardella

Wednesday

2 P.M. – 3 P.M.

diego.sbardella@unicamillus.org

Cinzia Ciccacci

Tuesday

12:30 P.M. – 1:30 P.M.

cinzia.ciccacci@unicamillus.org

Daniele Armenia

Tuesday

3 P.M. – 4 P.M.

daniele.armenia@unicamillus.org

 

I.C. Anatomy, histology and human physiology

Professor

Day

Hour

email

Marco Barchi

Wednesday

3 P.M. – 4 P.M.

marco.barchi@unicamillus.org

Giuseppe Sciamanna

Thursday

2 P.M. – 3 P.M.

giuseppe.sciamanna@unicamillus.org

Agostino Chiaravalloti

Tuesday

2 P.M. – 3 P.M.

agostino.chiaravalloti@unicamillus.org

Valerio Rossi

Thursday

12 A.M. – 1 P.M.

valerio.rossi@unicamillus.org

Mattia Palmieri

Tuesday

11 A.M. – 1 P.M.

mattia.palmieri@unicamillus.org

 

I.C. Information technology, statistics and physics applied to radiological sciences

Professor

Day

Hour

email

Luca Weltert

Wednesday

1 P.M. – 2 P.M.

lucapaolo.weltert@unicamillus.org

Andrea D’Ambrogio (semester I)

Wednesday

2 P.M. – 3 P.M.

andrea.dambrogio@unicamillus.org

Andrea D’Ambrogio (semester II)

Thursday

9 A.M. – 11 A.M.

andrea.dambrogio@unicamillus.org

Iole Indovina

Wednesday

1 P.M. – 2 P.M.

iole.indovina@unicamillus.org

 

Diagnostic imaging techniques 1

Professor

Day

Hour

email

Guglielmo Manenti

Friday

4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

guglielmo.manenti@unicamillus.org

Celestino Varchetta

Monday

4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

celestino.varchetta@unicamillus.org

Michela Cuccuru

Friday

9 A.M. – 11 A.M.

michela.cuccuru@unicamillus.org

Federico Santarelli

Tuesday

3:30 P.M. – 6 P.M.

federico.santarelli@unicamillus.org

 

I.C. General Hygiene, Radiological Instruments and Radiological protection

Professor

Day

Hour

Email

Andrea D’Ambrogio

Thursday

9 A.M. – 11 A.M.

andrea.dambrogio@unicamillus.org

Francesco Garaci

Monday

9 A.M. – 11 A.M.

francesco.garaci@unicamillus.org

Antonio Pietroiusti

Thursday

4 P.M. – 6 P.M.

antonio.pietroiusti@unicamillus.org

The profession of Radiographers (Radiology Medical Technician) finds application in the following four specific areas:

  • Diagnostic radiology
  • Nuclear Medicine
  • Radiotherapy
  • Health Physics

Therefore also the path of studies is divided into the aforementioned areas, plus a cross-sectional area containing common knowledge.

The area of Radiodiagnostics, including different specialties from each other, is structured along a path that is articulated along all three years, as well as the transversal area.

The training course is therefore articulated, in the 3 years, as follows:

1st YEAR

Aimed at providing the fundamental physical-chemical knowledge, physiological anatomy, pathology, hygiene and health protection legislation and protectionism as well as the principles of professional discipline as requirements to face the first internship experience, aimed at the acquisition of basic skills and orientation of the student to the professional field of diagnostic radiology.

2nd YEAR

Aimed at deepening knowledge in the field of diagnostic radiology and image formation. Acquisition of the Medical Nuclear knowledge and deepening in the field of clinical specialties of imaging diagnostic applications. Acquisition of knowledge and skills aimed at ensuring the verification of the quality of diagnostic services. Deepening of issues related to image management and processing and teleradiology systems.

More training experiences are provided in the contexts in which the student can experience the knowledge, methodologies and techniques learned.

3rd YEAR

Acquisition and deepening of Radiotherapy knowledge. Acquisition of knowledge aimed at obtaining specific skills in the management of user assistance and first aid. Outline of health management, organization and psychology aimed at improving the ability to work in teams and in complex organizational contexts.

The relevance assigned to the internship experiences is increased in the 3rd year, where the student can experience a gradual assumption of autonomy and responsibility with the supervision of experts. This curricular logic also materializes in the choice of credits assigned to internship experiences which gradually increase from the 1st to the 3rd year.