Master of Medicine (Radiology) comprises three years full-time supervised clinical training in a hospital-based Department of Radiology approved by The University of Melbourne.
Training includes two years lecture and tutorial program and a revision program at the commencement of the third year.
The Master of Medicine course runs parallel with training for the Fellowship of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR).
The FRANZCR Part I examination exempts trainees from Part I Master of Medicine. The Master of Medicine examination is conducted in the 3rd year of the program and provides invaluable preparation for the FRANZCR Part II examination.
Candidates are required to select one area of the discipline for study in greater depth. A minor thesis of up to 15,000 words is to be prepared on a research project based on the selected discipline.
An approved MBBS degree or recognised equivalent of at least two years standing and not less than two years experience as a medical officer in a hospital affiliated to an appropriate university for the purpose of teaching; and successful completion of Part 1 or has been granted exemption from Part 1; and has been approved for admission by the faculty.
Applicants may be granted exemption from Part I of the examination for the degree of Master of Medicine if they have passed a comparable examination offered in a relevant discipline by an approved body. The following have been approved to date as exemptions for the purpose of proceeding straight to Part II candidature and other relevant experience or examinations may also be approved for this purpose from time to time:
Australian College of Dermatologists (Part I, FACD)
Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP Examination)
A Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom (MRCP)
University of Singapore (Master of Medicine)
Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (Part I, FRACS)
Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (FRACGP) - for Part II Primary Medical Care
Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (Part I, FRANZCR) - for Part II Radiology
Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists (Part 1 FANZCA) - for Part II Anaesthetics by research
Royal College of Pathologists of Australia (Part I, FRCPA) - for Part II Haematology
Royal College of Pathologists (UK) (MRC Path) - for Part II Haematology
Royal Australian College of Ophthalmologists (Part I, FRACO) - for Part II Ophthalmology
Holders of the faculty´s Graduate Diploma in Women´s Health - for Part II Women´s Health
develop analytical and problem solving skills necessary to function as an effective diagnostic radiologist;
develop finely tuned cognitive and observation skill required to enable accurate interpretation of the above modalities;
acquire a defined body of knowledge and procedural skills which will be used to perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and to make appropriate clinical decisions;
ensure that the qualified radiologist will continue to keep up to date with new developments in imaging and make learning, teaching and research a part of their professional career;
collaborate effectively with other health professionals for the provision of optimal patient care, education and research;
prioritise and effectively execute tasks through teamwork with colleagues; and
recognise the need for continued learning and to model this for others.
Students are required to enrol in RADI90004 in the first 4 semesters of the course and are required to enrol in RADI90003 in their final two semesters of the course.
Minor Thesis (Radiology)
Graduates of the Master of Medicine (Radiology) Degree will have developed:
1. cognitive skills to demonstrate mastery of theoretical knowledge and to reflect critically on theory and professional practice or scholarship
2. cognitive, technical and creative skills to investigate, analyse and synthesise complex information, problems, concepts and theories and to apply established theories to different bodies of knowledge or practice
3. cognitive, technical and creative skills to generate and evaluate complex ideas concepts at an abstract level
4. communication and technical research skills to justify and interpret theoretical propositions, methodologies, conclusions and professional decisions to specialist and non-specialist audiences
5. technical and communication skills to design, evaluate, implement, analyse, theorise about developments that contribute to professional practice or scholarship technical and communication skills to design, evaluate, implement, analyse, theorise about developments that contribute to scientific professional practice or scholarship
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