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After your radiography education you will take an exam testing you on core competencies and knowledge learned through out your years in radiography.
Not sure about the rest, but for students in the USA you can find more information at v=da RTF4j2a J0 One of the main appeals of becoming a radiographer is that it is basically a passport to the entire world. However, a Radiography degree will not qualify you to work in the USA or Canada.
Diagnostic Radiographers perform X Rays (A&E, General), CT Scans, MRI Scans, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound etc.
Diagnostic Radiographers also part-take in operations, providing images to surgeons. Therapeutic Radiography / Radiotherapy - This is the treatment of cancer cells using radiation, and uses big machines called linear accelerators to do it. Diagnostics practitioners will rarely see the same patient more than once. You get scanned in A&E and then go off to get treatment, there's probably not going to be a need to get scanned again.
Note for under 18s: Due to the health and safety of working in an environment where exposure to radiation can be dangerous, it maybe more difficult to obtain work experience.
Also what you can see and do will be affected by this.
Further examinations are required and the cost of these can amount to over £3000.
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