Radiographers make images of the human body with the help of large medical technology equipment. To do so they use imaging technology that implements ionizing or non-ionizing radiation. The methods range from skeletal radiology to magnetic resonance imaging. In this way they support the early diagnosis and treatment of several serious diseases. Diagnostic radiology, radiotherapy and nuclear medicine are therefore the focus of the degree program in which radiation protection is a key issue.
Patrick Korpitsch Michaela Lippitz Favoritenstraße 226, D.Z.311100 Vienna P: +43 1 606 68 77-4800 F: +43 1 606 68 77-4809 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hours during the semesterMon. and Wed., 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Thu. and Fri., 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.Tue closed
Application period for the Summer semester 2019 13th August to 26th Oktober 2018
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution**
* Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727 per semester
**for additional study expenses (currently up to €83 depending on degree program and year)
You are interested in both medicine and technology and are therefore looking for an intersection that combines both. You have already acquired a strong foundation in mathematics and physics. You approach problems logically and analytically, display manual dexterity when operating equipment and have a strong sense of responsibly. Your good spatial imagination helps you to analyze images. Despite all the physical and technical aspects, you never lose sight of the person, who you show great empathy. Strong social skills are also necessary for work in interdisciplinary teams. Your curiosity makes you open to science and research in order to also keep up with the rapid advances in medical technology in the future.
In the degree program you will learn how radiological technological methods work and what their specific advantages and disadvantages are. You are qualified to plan and perform analysis procedures with large medical equipment and to ensure quality assurance. Some methods only verify tissue changes, however nuclear medicine already identifies initial changes in metabolism. When performing radiological examinations, identifying cancer early, thanks to mammography for example, or radiating cancer, you will be working with ionizing particle or electromagnetic radiation. With the help of computer tomography (CT), sectional images of body parts are computer generated based on multiple X-rays. Electromagnetic waves, such as those used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), are not ionizing.
It provides detailed sectional images of tissues and organs on the basis of strong magnetic fields. Ultrasound uses high frequency sound waves to produce images. A positron emission tomography (PET) is a nuclear medicine procedure that utilizes low-level radioactive substances to produce images of biochemical and physiological functions in the body. With the help of all the techniques you learn about in detail in the degree program, you will contribute to the early diagnosis and treatment of several serious diseases.
Radiological diagnostics, radiotherapy and nuclear medicine are the main focus of the degree program. Personal development, knowledge of health law, health economics and project management complete your education.
Lector: Dr.med.univ. Ulrike Hamscha, Dr. Lukas Reissig
Basic terminology, definitions of orientation and position, general definitions.Overview of the structure, morphology and function of the cell and tissue types.Anatomical structure of the cardiovascular system, pulmonary system, digestive system, urogenital system, nervous system, skin and sensory organs, endocrine organs, overview of the musculosceletal system and cranium.
Practical examination with specimens and final Moodle-examination.
Lecture and guided practical self-study.
Lector: Dr. med.univ. Asha Leisser
Definitions / aetiology, pathogeny / Pathologies and their clinical appearance from: Skeletal system incl. muscles, tapes, joints / heart-circulatory system / respiratory system / digestive system / Urogenitalsystem (incl. gender organs) / endocrine system / nervous system / Hospital hygiene / environmental hygiene / disinfection sterilisation / basic concepts and fields of application of the infection hygiene
Orally at the end of LV
Lector: Mag. Dominik Bischof, Dr. Lisa K. Horvath, Dr.in Gabriele Salomonowitz, MAS MBA, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
Core competence and intersections with related professions;basics of team building ;group dynamics;strategies for problem-solving in low- and high-context cultures;intercultural differences;styles of leadership; characteristics of multi-professional/interdisciplinary Teams;
Participation in discussions;Oral examination;
Lector: Sabine Spasic
special Terminology / Definitions / Projections and Spatial Directions / Geometric Laws of X-Ray Imaging /Sequence and execution (positioning of the patient, central ray) of standard radiological examinations (including contrast agent application) taking into account indication-related criteria and the respective patient situation, storage aids and their application / execution of the examination / Preparation, follow-up and applied radiation protection/Analysis of the images based on case studies / Assessment of qualitative guidelines, anatomy and pathology (indication) and detection of adjustment, storage and recording errors and their correction.
Assessment through internship provider
Lector: A.o. Univ. Prof. DI Dr. Peter Homolka
basics of atomic and nuclear physics /radioactivity / characteristics and origin of radiation /interaction processes of ionizing radiation with matter (incl.weakening and scattering) / dose / radiation detection (dosimetry)
written exam at the end of lecture course
Lector: Dr. Markus Kraus, Dr. Monika Riedel
How does our economy work?What is the connection between health and the economy?How do markets work in general and what are the differences of healthcare markets?How does consumption work in general and in healthcare?How are goods and services provided and what is the difference concerning health related goods and services?What are specific problems in these fields where health is concerned?How do healthcare systems work?What doess the Austrian healthcare system look like?
oral examcontributions in class
Lecture, discussion, Exercises and preparation of a presentationcontributions in class is essential as the subject needs understanding more than studying by heart
Lector: Mag. Wolfgang Kostenwein
Communication as a basic skillLevels of communication StatusCommunication in the professional context Violence free communication Communication in crisis situations Self-reflection
Activating lectureCase studies from practiceCommunication experiments
Lector: Mag. Atallah Copty
Repetition of mathematical concepts relevant to job / formulas and calculations in the field of radiation physics / basics of biostatistics
Lecture: In writing at the end of the lectureexercise: work orders (problem solving)
Integrated course - Lecture plus exercise
reflection of the internshipcreation of an internship reportpossibility to repeat unclear topics
Lector: Christoph Kamp, BSc, Sabine Spasic
Special Terminology / Definitions / Projections and Spatial Directions / Geometric Laws of X-Ray Imaging /Sequence and execution (positioning of the patient, central ray) of standard radiological examinations (including contrast agent application) taking into account indication-related criteria and the respective patient / situation / storage aids and their application / patient and patient information on the course and execution of the examination / Preparation, follow-up and applied radiation protection of the patient /Analysis of the images based on case studiesAssessment of qualitative guidelines, anatomy and pathology (indication) and detection of adjustment and recording errors and their correction.Principle of X-ray generation;Components and fundamentals of the technical operation of analogue and digital X-ray systems;Principle of function of grids, development machines and digital storage media (in particular storage films and solid-state detectors) and the components of digital radiographic equipment;Exposure characteristics (especially energy and dose of X-rays, reduction of scattered radiation) and their effects on radiological imaging.
VO: written test at the end of the courseUE: immanent test character
Integrated course: Course and exerciseNext to the course, exercises in groups are held. In these exercises positioning of patients and the central ray on other students and on phantoms are trained.
Principle of X-ray generation.Components of an x-ray system, their functional principle as well as professional technical operation.Principle of the function of grids, digital storage media (imaging plates and solid state detectors).Exposure characteristics, in particular energy and dose of X-rays, reduction of scattered radiation, and their effects on radiological imaging.
VO: written at the end of the courseUE: immanent test character
Integrated Course: Lecture plus Exercise
Lector: Christoph Kamp, BSc
Assessment through internship provider.
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Georg Dobrozemsky, MSc
data aquisition in analog and digital imaging (quantization, digitalization error) effectiveness of x-radiation in radiologic imaging; Technology of radiological imaging systems (film, memory screens and flat-detectors); techniques of exposition; process of imaging; criteria of image quality image noise, resolution, contrast, gradation, cause of reduced image quality, reduction of X-ray exposition as well as scatter radiation and blur characteristicsConstruction and function of scanners, printers, laser, camera, monitors Exercises in groups with special focus on quality control measures in imaging and viewing systems.
lecture: Written examexercise: practical, immanentThe positive completion of the written test and the documentation of the exercise are the requirement for the positive graduation of the course!
ILV : lecture and exercise
Lector: FH-Prof. DI (FH) Godoberto Guevara Rojas, PhD
Terms and definitions;/ technical bases; / Methods for single and multiple image processing; / image processing functions; / mathematical bases of image processing (types and principle of filter and reconstruction algorithm); / Multi-modality image fusion (e.g. SPECT and CT); / possibilities and limits of image processing and reconstruction (2D, 3D, 4D); / Presentation of innovative technologies (e.g. Virtual surgery, Navigation, Computer Aided Surgery, virtual Colonoscopy)
Lecture and Computer Lab
Lector: Christoph Kamp, BSc, Barbara Kraus, MSc, Klemens Messner, BSc MSc, Mag.pharm. Dr. Gunar Stemer, aHPh, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
General aspects of pharmacology: Definitions, Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, basics on dosage forms, clinical testing, stability, storage and disposal of drugsSpecial aspects of pharmaceutical drugs of relevant interest and importance -Analgesics, sedative and hypnotic agents, systemic and local anesthetics, drugs to improve cardiovascular function, anticoagulants, hormones, antihistamines, antidiabetics, radiocontrast agents -drugs, effects and side-effects, adverse drug reactions and (preventive) managing procedures, indications, contraindications, dosage and application, drug productsClinical Chemistry: Laboratory parameter of relevant interest and importance – blood coagulation, parameter of inflammation, liver parameter, creatinin, blood glucose, hormones
Lector: Josef Fuchs
Introduction and overview into the physical and technical basics, technical components of radio-graphic plants, computed and magnetic resonance imaging, sonography as well as radiotherapeutic and nuclear-medical plants. There will be a focus on the practical use of the presented technologies,so that the connection is produced to the practical activity in the diagnostic-therapeutic sphere. The course develops on the course 549.006.
in writing at the end of the course (single choice test)
lecture, interactivity (questions form the students) is highly wellcomedreference to traineeships
Lector: Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. Henrik Fischer, Dr. Heidrun Losert, Dr. Christoph Schriefl
Demand-oriented repetition of the resuscitation measures / Basic-Life-Support (BLS) / heart rhythm disturbances / Defibrillation / emergency equipment and drugs / symptoms of life-threatening states / shock treatment / monitoring
Lector: Sabine Spasic, RT Elfriede Sturm
Standards of mammographical technique, positioning of the breast, breast-screening, methods of interventional diagnosis, quality assurance in mammography.
Integrant course, verbal or written examinationpractical training: immanently
After the lectures are completed, the students will have the opportunity to practise positioning-technique on their colleagues, splitted up into five teams.
Lector: Christina Bitai, RT Gabriele Frey
Specific features of the realisation of radiological admissions in particular in the orthopedics, Pediatrics, Geriatrics, Traumatologie and intensive medicine concerning the interlinking of indication-related criteria, to the spatial powers of imagination of anatomical relations and the individual patients and patient state. Development of alternative storage technologies and set technologies, as well as understanding for continuing radiologietechnologische investigation methods and their argumentation compared with the medical staff synchronically to the lecture exercises in groups to the special storage technology and set technology in the called areas.
VO: orally or in writing; practice: immanent exam character
Integrated lecture: VO and practice
Lector: Univ. Lektor Prim. Dr. Herbert Langenberger, EBIR, Dr. Lothar Ponhold
Body cuts to the to be followed organ systems as well as comparison with different picture-giving cut picture technologies: Skeletal system incl. muscles, tapes, joints / heart-circulatory system / respiratory system / digestive system / Urogenitalsystem (incl. gender organs) / endocrine system / nervous system / senses / blood and blood-forming system / lymphatic systemClinical pictures in different modalities (X-ray, CT., MRT, Sonographie, nuclear medicine (insb. SPECT and PET), by means of case presentations (instructional film collection) concerning morphology (insb. Demarcation, distribution and spreading pattern, infiltration) and functional representation.
VO: orally or in writing at the end of LV
Lecture: Case presentations
Lector: Dr. Ludmila Zahlbruckner
Classification of ionizing radiation, mode of action, Dose-response relationships, radiobiology of tumors and normal tissue tolerance
written examination, multiple choice testshort presentation
Lector: DI Mag. Jochen Billinger, Dr. Michael Figl, A.o. Univ. Prof. DI Dr. Peter Homolka
> Sources of radiation > Dose quantities, units and dosimetry> Correct use of guide and limit values> Fundamentals of radiation protection> Legislation in the field of radiation protection> Measuring instruments> Control of personal dose> Basic principles of radiation protection > Exercises in small groups: handling of equipment for personal and local dose determination including the use of standard radioactive sources> Laws, regulations, standards and guidelines inradiation protection
exam at the end of the lecture course
Lector: DI Mag. Jochen Billinger, A.o. Univ. Prof. DI Dr. Peter Homolka
> Radiation protection relevant aspects ofX-ray equipment for diagnostics> Sealed radioactive sources in diagnostics> Radiation exposure: staff and other persons,particularly patients during different examination procedures; > Determination of radiation exposure of personnel andpatients > Protection measures for diagnostic applications;patient protection > Quality assurance> Exercises in small groups: protection measures for theoperation of X-ray equipment for diagnostics,Determination of the dose in X-ray diagnostics,proper application of dose concepts, reference values
legal regulations (legal bases - MedStrSchV, BGBl II Nr. 375/2017 with actaualisations / standards and structure of standards / acceptance tests / constancy tests as well as practical execution (exercises in groups) at x-ray machines and devices als well as the usage of testing-devices for quality assurance
participation in exercises and lecture (30 %) verbal and practical in groups of 3 students; there will be no questions but problems occurring in practical work, which have to be solved by the team (70 %)
integrated course: lectures and exercises
Lector: Dr. Thomas Chatsakos, Dr. Franz Karnel
Cardiovascular diseases incl. associated pathologies,basics of cardiopulmonary functional diagnostics, clinical manifestations, case demonstrations from a physician's point of view, indications and contraindications for interventional radiology and cardiology
Lector: Klemens Messner, BSc MSc, Mag.a Maria Starkbaum
Analysis of the images and technical assessment with regard to the qualitative guidelinesas well as the application of post processing measures and image evaluation in 2D and 3D; applied radiation protectionPractical exercises in 4 small groups (12-13 students)
Patient Information and care,preparation, positioning, administration of contrast media,implementation, complications, documentation, follow-up,interfaces with all cooperating partners (e.g .: surgery, anesthesia, laboratory ...) appliedradiation protection.Typical anatomical, physiological and pathologicalcriteria in the cardiovascular field, patient information and care, preparation,positioning, administration of contrast media, implementation,complications, documentation, follow-up,interdisciplinarity in cardiac angiography andinterventions, importance of evaluation anddocumentation of electrophysiological orhemodynamic parameters, applied radiation protection.
examination at the end of lecture course
Lector: Christopher Deutsch, BSc MA, Mag.a Gabriele Schwarzmüller-Erber, MBA
Preparation, examination, evaluation and analysis of the results in terms of qualitative guidelines in computed tomography
Lector: Dr. Sabine Simon, Dr. Robert Steinbach
Case discussions and case demonstration from medical view with the help of well-chosen routine investigation.
Orally or in writing (E)
Lector: Sylvia Unterhumer, MSc
- Imaging and image analysis (Postprocessing): thickness, increment, kernel, Window Center, viewing levels;- 2D (MPR, thin-MIP, CPR); - 3D (MIP, SSD, VRT);
final practical exam
repeat and extend theoretical background in the field of CT postprocessing, application examples excercises on multimodality workplaces
Physical-technical principles, working principles, technical components, radiation protection, image quality, artifacts, quality assurance
Important indications and contraindications, preparation, examination, evaluation and documentation, aftercare, standard protocols for CT examinations and interventions of special body areas, special methods and applications, according to the current state of the art and in accordance with international standards;
test, seminar paper + presentation
Reflection of the practical work , discussion about stressful situations, feedback, team collaboration, presentation and discussion of a case study of professional practice.
Continuous Assessment exam, oral examination
Lector: A.o. Univ. Prof. DI Dr. Peter Homolka, Dr. Josef Preitfellner, Assoc.-Prof. PD Mag. Dr. Wolfgang Wadsak, Dipl.-Ing. Stephan Witoszynskyj
> Facilities for handling unsealed radioactive substances> Radiation exposure of doctors and other people, especially patients during the various examination or treatment procedures; determination of radiation exposure> Protection measures when working with unsealed radioactive substances> Contamination and decontamination measures > Collection, temporary storage and disposal of radioactive waste> Radiation accidents through external contamination or incorporation; first aid> Complete body measurement and excretion analysis> Patient protection> Quality assurance> Exercises in small groups for a minimum of 4 hours: protection measures when handling unsealed radioactive substances, detection of contamination,decontamination, quality control> Production of radionuclides; chemical basics of marking and preparation; properties of radiopharmaceuticals; simple laboratory techniques;> Production of biotracers including cyclotron; future development of radiopharmaceuticals (such as: PET tracers, receptor studies);> Handling unsealed radioactive substances (code of conduct, protection and decontamination measures) incl. storage and disposal> Radiopharmaceutical quality control; approval process (incl. legal framework).> Exercises in simple laboratory techniques, marking and preparation of radionuclides and exemplary execution of radiopharmaceutical quality control in groupsSince the subject-specific modules (Rok1, ROK2, NUKM) are taught in semesters 4 and 5, radiation protection training is provided in semester 3, i.e. it precedes the subject-specific modules for didactic reasons.
Lector: Christian Schneckenleitner, MSc MSc
Terms and definitions; legal guidelines and organizational measures of organizational andinformation systems in medicine(especially HIS, RIS,NIS) and their structure, organization and requirements;archiving (PACS);Technical Standards: NEMA, DICOM (especially DICOMHeaderand DICOM Conformance Statement), IHE structurePACS, image categorization;Design and structure of databases, electronicimage distribution, data protection and security,
Lector: Wilhelm Gloss, MSc, Andrea Rautnig, BA, Christian Schneckenleitner, MSc MSc
Networks; patient data andimage transfer; <transmission protocols, compression proceduresand encryption technology, radiology technology workflow and evaluation process, applied data protection,opportunities, challenges and limitations ofteleradiology applications (including process optimization);Teleradiology workflow based on selected case studies in clinical routine
Lector: FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
The characteristics of science and criteria for scientific work;The phases of the research process;Topic identification and formulation of research questions and hypotheses;Concept development;Empirical Research Methods: An Overview;Research and dealing with literature (German-English);Formal criteria and requirements for written work in the study;Citation and bibliography;Presentation techniques;
written work orders and drafts, active participation
Seminar with input phases, self study, study of literature, work orders
preparation and carring out of examinations, scoring and analysis of the results in relation to qualitative guidelines in angiograohy, interventional radiology and cardiological angiography
practical course report and presentation
Lector: Dr.in Gabriele Salomonowitz, MAS MBA, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
Preparation and carring out of examinations, scoring and analysis of the results in relation to qualitative guidelines in MRI
Lector: Dr. med. Adnan Duhovic, Dr. Maria Theresa Schmook
presentation of clinical cases; quality management
written single-choice test
Lector: Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
> Postprocessing (MPR, MIP, Subtraction, Composing, Perfusion)> image analysis > image based MRI anatomy / pathology
Basics of MR-Imaging
Lector: Thomas Himmler, MSc, Irene Kain, Prim. Doz. Dr. Joachim Kettenbach, EBIR, Univ. Prof. Dr. Siegfried Trattnig, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
- Patient Management - MRI-Standard examinations and interventions of selected body parts- Contrast agents in MRI- Security- clinical lessons in groups
integrated lecture course (lecture 60%; course 40%)
analyse the practical tasks through the application of theoretical teaching, coping with pressured situations, feedback, working together in teams, presentation and discussion of a case study from professional experience
presenting the case study counts as the exam
Lector: Dr.in Gabriele Salomonowitz, MAS MBA
Lector: Alexander Raith, BSc MSc
Basics of treatmentplanning and optimization dose distribution for teletherapy treatment planning.Treatment planning definitions according to guidelines and norms, specifically ICRU guidelines.Use of normal and specialized positioning and fixation aids.Features of a planning CT scan and other imaging modalities for treatmentplanning. Image processing.
practical task + written exam
lecture and hands on training
Lector: Nikolaus Metz, MSc
- Basics in tele- and brachytherapy equipment: simulator, X-ray therapy system, linear accelelerator, afterloader- identification of common physical and technical errors during treatment preparation and radiation treatment- Acquiring skills in using radiation treatment equipment- Quality assuranceHands on training in using radiation treatment equipment relevant to the lectures in which students are divided into 4 groups.
final written exam
Lector: Dr. Maria Cerveny
General Oncology deals with nomenclature, characteristics and development of tumors, dysfunction of cellgrowth, tumorgrading, metastasis, tumorstaging and performance status.Specific Oncology considers the different tumorentities with regard to etiopathogenesis, clinical symptoms, staging, grading, metastasis and therapy focused on radiation therapy (target volume, dose) as well as early and late side effects.
1) Mitarbeit2) optional (home)work / moodle test3) written exam
Lector: Mag. Gerald Röhrling
Phases of the research process / criteria for scientific work / formulate a research question / concept / overview of research methods / Formal criteriaStatistics:* Overview of analysis of univariate and bivariate data using common descriptive aswell as inductive statistical methods;*Introduction to inferential Statistics;* Introduction to selected descriptive statistical methods focusing on medical/RTstudies;
written tasksStatistics*mandatory tasks & assesments;*presentation of the results of the tasks
SeminarStatistics*Lecture & Seminar
Lector: Christopher Deutsch, BSc MA, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Godoberto Guevara Rojas, PhD, Barbara Kraus, MSc, Dr.in Gabriele Salomonowitz, MAS MBA, Mag.a Gabriele Schwarzmüller-Erber, MBA, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
Radiological technical workflow (particularly optimization of examination methods), selected studies in the field of sectional imaging technique; / development of new contrast agents; current technical developments;Special areas of operation for radiology technicians working with sectional imaging technique (e.g. 3D Navigation and Virtual Surgery) or with technical application or in research & development, in the industry, archaeology and the arts.
written Bachelor's thesis
Lector: Christoph Kamp, BSc, Barbara Kraus, MSc, Alexander Lehde, MAS, Alexander Raith, BSc MSc, Mag.a Gabriele Schwarzmüller-Erber, MBA, Mag.a Maria Starkbaum, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
Preparation and execution of the examinations or of a Project / Evaluation and Analysis of results in one chosen area of the work placement.
Report on work placement and presentation
Lector: Godswill Agu, Dr. med. univ. Elke Dimou
Indications and contraindications, presentation anddiscussion of selected examples from the clinicalpractice from a medical perspective, frequent diagnoses innuclear medicine, plausibility check of the acquiredexamination data (incl. Pitfalls), significance ofnuclear medical examinations and treatmentcompared to alternative imaging and functionalmethods
examination at the end of the lecture course
Lector: Reza Agha Mohammadi Sareshgi, MSc, Benedikt Schmiedinger, Brigitte Stanek, MBA
Physics and InstrumentationStructure, function, and characteristics of measuring equipment / radiation detectors / scintillation camera / SPECT, PET, combination systems (hybrid imaging) / attenuation, / Methods for attenuation correction and scatter correction, / Fundamentals of Data evaluation, reconstruction and Devices quality control. Documentation and archiving, exercise of quality control and equipment operation
Integrated lecture course
Lector: Reza Agha Mohammadi Sareshgi, MSc, Benedikt Schmiedinger
Examination and Treatment Methods in Nuclear Medicine Terms and definitions, nuclear medicine terminology, organization, structure of a nuclear medicine institute, indications and pathological physiological correlate, patient preparation, patient post-care, radiation exposure of patients, Examination procedure, treatment methods (in vivo and in vitro) with Radiopharmaceuticals, working with guidelines and protocols, (particularly with regard to the ÖGN and DGN), documentation and archiving, discussion of clinical routine Images (cases).
written or oral exam
Lector: Christoph Kamp, BSc, Barbara Kraus, MSc, Alexander Lehde, MAS, Alexander Raith, BSc MSc, Mag.a Gabriele Schwarzmüller-Erber, MBA, Brigitte Stanek, MBA, Mag.a Maria Starkbaum, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
Contemplation of practical tasks during the implementation of theoretical content of teaching; handling challenging situations, Feedback, cooperation in Teams, presentation and discussion of a
Lector: Klemens Messner, BSc MSc, Alexander Raith, BSc MSc, Christian Schneckenleitner, MSc MSc, Sabine Spasic, Brigitte Stanek, MBA, Mag.a Maria Starkbaum, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
the Bachelor's Thesis may be written in connection with the elective specialist field (of the work placement according to FH-MTD-AV attachment 9 lit a-c: specific clinical area, information technology and communication technology in medicine, multiprofessional area) within the scope of the project carried out during the work placement.
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Anton Holik, Mag. Anton Six
basic concepts of project management / Project Definition / kinds of projects / processes of project management / tasks, measures and methods in project management /stakeholder analysis / project order / differentiation and contextual analysis / planning and psp / milestones and gantt diagramm / personnel management and teamwork / ressources and costs / project roles and responsibility matrix / final project reportthe contents of the course go in line with the contents of the pma certification level D
case example with multiple choice test
1) Basic principles of quality management , quality models, forms of quality, the concept of ‚the customer’, procedures, change management, legislation and standards, PDCA, methodology for measuring work quality, teams and roles, introduction to working within quality procedures, tools for quality assurance, overview of cost calculation and LKF, complaint mangement.2) Introduction to certification procedures, with emphasis on ISO3) Risk management, error management and patient safety4)E-health and digital web portals
Written test ( 70 % based on Course notes )homework and your work during the lessons
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Petra Schmid, MSc, Brigitte Stanek, MBA
-) Develop and evaluate treatment plans for tele- and/or brachytherapy with the objective of reaching optimized dose distribution in the planning target volume while protecting risk organs according to guidelines and norms, in particular the ICRU-) Documentation and analysis of treatment plans-) Production, editing and analysis of diagnostic images in radiotherapy.-) Brachytherapy: Basics in equipment and instruments; definitions; workflow of brachytherapy-treatmentplanning
Lector: Alexander Lehde, MAS, Alexander Raith, BSc MSc
Structure of radiotherapy departments and responsibilities of radiographersDifferent processes for performing radio-oncological treatmentsUse of appropriate immobilization devicesUse of radiation equipment and implementation of treatment verification imagesdocumentation
pratical and oral
Seminar and Hands on training with VERT
Lector: Dr. Werner Schmidt
> X-ray equipment for therapy> Other radiation therapy facilities> Sealed radioactive substances> Calibration of radiation sources> Radiation exposure of doctors and otherpersons, especially patients, during the various treatment methods> Assessment of radiation exposure> Patient protection during therapeutic procedures > Quality assurance measures> Exercises in small groups with a minimum duration of 4hours: precautions when operatingX-ray devices and other radiation devicesfor therapy and when handlingsealed radioactive substances, testing of radioactive materials for seal tightness, quality control
In cooperation with the Lecturers train and learn the participants during 9 Units- presentation of anatomical and physiological knowledge regarding venous punction, application of indwelling venous cannula and also indirect blood pressure reading and to do an 12-lead-ECG, after duration of self-study - technique of venous puncture (Participants on each other)- technique of application of indwelling venous cannula on a Dummy or Participants on each other- technique of indirect blood pressuere reading and to do an 12-lead-ECG Participants on each other
Hands-on Skill Labs training, Discussion
Vocational and occupational profile of Radiological Technology / Job-specific legal bases Overview / continuing education / Freelance / professional obligations / Accountability / secrecy / privacy in the training exercise / patient advocate / roles of the profession / occupation in the international comparison / professional groups and associations (nationally and internationally) / professional and health policy developments / health promotion at work / medical ethical issues / Ethics Commission / Job-specific issues and ethical aspects
inherent character test: active participation, discussion contributions, homeworks, presentations, Literary Studies
Literary Studies (Reader), Keynote speeches, Discussion contributions, Reflection
Lector: Reza Agha Mohammadi Sareshgi, MSc
the graduate- is able to talk through,prepare and exam the patient, implement the knowledge, evaluate, and analyze the results and to assess qualitative guidelines
Lector: Brigitte Stanek, MBA
Preparation and carring out of examinations and treatment planning / evaluation and analysis of the results in relation to qualitative guidelines in radiotherapy
Lector: FH-Prof. DI (FH) Godoberto Guevara Rojas, PhD, Dr.in Gabriele Salomonowitz, MAS MBA, Mag.a Gabriele Schwarzmüller-Erber, MBA, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger
Picture processing in the medicine, challenges andtechnical developments, picture coalescences more differentof picture-giving modalities, Software-Usability and workflowof the Postprocessing
Written bachelor's work
Reflexion on the daily routine on Nuclear-medicine / Implementation of a curriculum / Dealing with stressful situations / feedback / cooperation in teams / presentations and discussion of an examination
Lector: Alexander Lehde, MAS, Brigitte Stanek, MBA
Analyse the practical tasks according to theories taught / coping with situations under pressure / feedback / teamwork / presentation and discussion of a professional case study
Oral discussion, written exam
Lector: Barbara Kraus, MSc, Klemens Messner, BSc MSc, Alexander Raith, BSc MSc, Christian Schneckenleitner, MSc MSc, Sabine Spasic, Brigitte Stanek, MBA, Mag.a Maria Starkbaum, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
Works with protocols (insb. forPositronenemissionstomographien and combination devices),Picture and data interpretation as well as optimisation fromTo expiries and investigation results and results of treatmentfrom radiologietechnologischer view.Possibilities, borders and challenges fromTo combination devices (insbes. PET/CT., SPECT/CT.,Interfaces with radiooncological systems);Bases of the picture coalescence more morphologically and more functionallyModalities; picture qualities and optimisation fromTo camera systems; technical high-class control; topical andfuture medicine-technical developments in thatmolecular Bildgebung and data acquisition.
Lector: Dr. Mag. Leopold-Michael Marzi
Basic concepts; overview about Austrian andEuropean judicial system; laws relevant for occupation;Civil law aspects for health occupations; criminal onesAspects for health occupations; (health) aspects relevant for occupation of the work andOf social security right, documentation duty,Discretion duty, patient's security,Patients and patient advocacy
LV final exam
Lector: Christopher Deutsch, BSc MA, Univ.Doz. Dr. Elisabeth Krampl-Bettelheim, Barbara Kraus, MSc, Dr. Robert Steinbach
Historical Background, physical and technical Basics, technical components, quality assurance
LV final check
Lector: Christopher Deutsch, BSc MA, Ass. Prof. Dr.techn. Christian Kollmann, Barbara Kraus, MSc, Dr. Robert Steinbach
Examinations in different organregions; medical indication, standardized documentation and image analysis; casuistic state of the art/international guidelines; in 6 Groups instructed by lecturer
Skill lab training
Semester datesSummer semester: 13th February 2017 to 10th July 2017
Number of teaching weeks18 per semester, including 36 weeks of work experience
TimesMon. to Fri. 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (general time frame)
Language of instructionGerman
Radiographers independently perform examinations according to doctor's orders. At the intersection of human, medicine and technology, you will examine and treat patients with the help of radiological diagnostics, radiotherapy and nuclear medicine. On large medical equipment, you are responsible for ensuring examinations are carried out in a timely manner and in good quality and for post-processing the digital data. The large equipment includes computer tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), as well as positron emission tomography (PET). As a radiation safety expert, you are competent in ensuring the protection of patients and personnel from ionizing radiation. You work in hospitals or X-ray institutes as well as in the medical technology industry. There you train employees in the use of large equipment, advise on the implementation of teleradiology systems and imageless (digital) X-ray systems, and cooperate in the development of medical devices. With this degree you will be qualified to practice the profession of radiographer. The MTD Act is the basis for this degree program.
Master course for advanced professional training, part-time
Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section.
Information and institutes that offer courses to prepare for the university entrance qualification examination can be found on the portal Erwachsenenbildung.at of the Federal Ministry for Education and Women.
After being accepted, you must provide the following proof of your suitability:
In the winter semester are 60 and in the summer semester 50 places available in the bachelor's degree program in Radiological Technology each year. The ratio of places to applicants is currently around 1:3
To apply you will need the following documents:
Please bring the original documents with you to the computer test.
Please note:It is not possible to save incomplete online applications. You must complete your application in one session. Your application will be valid as soon as you upload all of the required documents and certificates. In the event that some documents (e.g. references) are not available at the time you apply, you may submit these later via email, mail or in person by no later than the start of the degree program.
The selection process consists of a computer-based test, a written questionnaire and an interview with the selection committee.
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