Diagnostic radiography is the medical science of producing images of the human body, which can be used to make a diagnosis. We provide courses that can qualify you to work as a radiographer, or help you develop your career.
Diagnostic radiographers play an important role in the diagnosis and management of disease, and in the screening programmes for early detection of cancer.
All our lecturers are registered radiographers. The current team has over 100 years' experience of teaching radiography between them. Our courses benefit from our close links with the hospital departments where you carry out your placements. We also offer professional development for experienced diagnostic radiographers.
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Our health and social care courses place a strong emphasis on interprofessional learning. This means that you train alongside practitioners from other health professions. Find out more.
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Become a fully-trained radiographer qualified to work in hospitals on a course with a relatively small cohort and good lecturer to student ratio. As a student, your studies on campus centre around a fully equipped digital x-ray suite, which replicates the settings in which you learn and work. The suite is located in our £13m Robert Winston... More information
UCAS code B821
If you use medical images as an integral part of your practice, this course is designed to improve and demonstrate your commitment to critically evaluating and analysing radiological imaging and interventions. It is ideal for you if you are a • radiographer • junior doctor • nurse • allied health professional • orthotist • general practitioner. On... More information
Develop your knowledge and skills as sonographer on a course that is validated by the Consortium for the Accreditation of Sonographic Education (CASE). On this course, you• develop your analytical and evaluative skills and promotes your ability to relate these skills to safe practice• undergo a rigorous academic experience, challenging you to... More information
If you are a diagnostic radiographer, this course allows you to study advanced practice. It is designed for diagnostic radiographers but some aspects may be suitable for other healthcare professionals including • therapeutic radiographers • physiotherapists • nurses • orthotists • junior medical staff. Your studies can either lead to the... More information
Effective and high quality provision of health and social care depends on well-motivated, high performing staff who can work effectively individually, in teams, across organisations and through multi-agency care pathways. Leadership and management skills play a key role in being successful in these areas.This course is for leaders and managers in... More information
Study at the highest academic level on an interprofessional course designed for experienced professionals from all areas of health, social care, biomedical science and sport and exercise science. It allows you to focus on your specific research interests to gain a professional doctorate award.Professional doctorates are equivalent to PhDs but... More information
This course is for healthcare professionals involved in a teaching or training role who want to develop their skills and expertise in clinical and educational practice. You study the teaching skills needed to support and assess learners in the workplace.It helps you to meet your organisation's training needs, aiming to ensure better educational... More information
Whatever your level and experience as a health and social care manager, this course is designed to help you advance in your career. It supports your ongoing professional development towards improved effectiveness, and greater management and leadership responsibility.As a busy manager we realise you need a flexible course design that supports you... More information
We have a fully equipped x-ray suite located at Robert Winston building which replicates the settings in which you learn and work.
We have a fully equipped ultrasound suite located at Robert Winston building which replicates the settings in which you learn and work.
Together in the real world of health and social care
Our health and social care courses place a strong emphasis on interprofessional learning. This means that you train alongside practitioners from other health professions. So, depending on your course you could spend time working alongside
This gives you a fresh perspective on situations. And it also prepares you for the real world. Collaboration between health professionals is increasing as organisations try to provide a more integrated and effective service. At Sheffield Hallam we understand that by working together we can we give the best possible care.
Visit the Department of Allied Health Professions website to view profiles of the staff who teach in this subject area.