Master for advanced professional training, part-time
Large medical equipment in radiological diagnostics and therapy, nuclear medicine and radiation therapy are developing rapidly and along with this the possibilities of multimodal applications. The master's degree program provides a professional update in the RT fields of practice. In addition, you will specialize in RT process, radiation protection or medical technology and IT in medicine. In radiological technology it is increasingly important to optimize processes in examination and treatment procedures and to make evidence-based decisions. With research and interdisciplinary skills you will also sharpen your professional Profile.
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You already have professional experience and want to further you education in radiological technology and deepen your scientific skills in accordance with the current state of scientific knowledge. You keep abreast of the latest technological advances, are a process-oriented and networked thinker. You are interested in learning about new fields to expand your radiation protection skills and optimize ultrasound examinations. Your career is important to you. Your goal is to qualify for management responsibilities or teaching or to positively distinguish yourself from competitors when applying for future positions. At the same time it is a concern of yours to further develop radiological technology as an academic discipline. You want to be able to incorporate social, societal and health economic conditions in your work.
FH Campus Wien is now the largest university of applied sciences for health in Austria. After the legal framework was created in 2006 to introduce the MTD academies and the midwife academy into the higher education sector, FH Campus Wien launched the first bachelor's degree programs in 2007. Shortly afterwards the first master's degree programs where launched in the Department of Health. Today, FH Campus Vienna now has extensive expertise and a large network at its disposal, all of which will benefit you in your studies. An important partner in the areas of education, research and development is the Vienna Hospital Association (KAV). The close cooperation with scientists from the Medical University of Vienna further increases the quality of your education. In addition to these scientists, our lecturers include top experts from the University of Vienna, the Vienna University of Technology, the AIT Austrian Institute of Technology in Seibersdorf, the IHS, the industry and research institutions as well as the full-time teachers at the FH Campus Wien. At our attractive main campus you will benefit from our modern state-of-the-art infrastructure, which also includes function rooms that are fully equipped with X-ray and ultrasound equipment as well as numerous computer workstations for image post-processing. Furthermore, you will also have the opportunity to join an interdisciplinary, professional community. There is great potential in research projects at the intersection of health and technology. One possibility for specialization is the current UAS research in the field of Computer Aided Surgery. In the future, surgeons will be able to use customized implants for reconstructive surgery and no longer have to rely on standard implants for the skull and facial area. With the help of special software, custom implants are designed on a computer based on CT data and reconstructed in three dimensions. The surgery itself can also be simulated on the computer.
In radiological technology, it is crucial to constantly keep up with the current scientific developments. Technological advances are reinforcing the trend towards interdisciplinary collaboration and making process optimization in examination and treatment procedures as well as the related know-how increasingly important. Interdisciplinary skills for management, research and education are now required in many areas of health care. This development corresponds to the mix of subjects covered in the master's degree program.
The state-of-the-art contents of the master's degree program are organized in blocks that allow you to balance your professional and private life. Unlike other advanced professional training, in the program at FH Campus Wien you will benefit from a comprehensive education with an internationally accredited academic degree. And you will strengthen your expertise in your professional field. During the course of the program you can gain a further competitive edge through additional certifications in project management or with the "European Business Competence Licence (EBCL)".
Through the master's degree program you will improve your technical and scientific expertise. Based on your knowledge of radiological technology and your professional experience and goals, you will have the opportunity to combine compulsory and elective modules and thus create your own personal specialization.
Lector: FH-Prof. DI (FH) Godoberto Guevara Rojas, PhD, ao. Univ.-Prof. DDr. Kurt Schicho
Lector: Ing. Bernhard Schinkowitsch, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
-) Tools for self assessment and self management-) Defining attractive goals according SMART-) Deepening of asking skills, based on lesson "Communication"-) Coaching tools for the business context (colleagues and associates)
Written Homework,Active participation at the course
Presentations, exercises, diskussions
Lector: FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
- What is "science" and "scientific work" ? - Phases of the research process - Criteria for scientific work - Research questions and hypotheses - The research concept (and content creation) - Research Methods (Summary) - Research (especially in medical databases)
Examination inherent character (active participation, discussion posts), homework
Lector: FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer, Mag. Harald Zipko
*Overview of analysis of univariate and bivariate data using common descriptive as well as inductive statistical methods.*Introduction to selected statistical methods focusing on biological and medical studies.*Guide to organizing statistical research projects: planning, data collection and evaluation/analysis.
Multiple Choice-Test. The exam is performed online with Moodle, the results are immediately available after the end of the test (60 minutes); A practice test will be provided.
Lecture and interactive work.
Part 1: CommunicationSelected communication models and ther practical use in business and everyday conversation.Training of specific tools for improving two aspects of communication, content and relationship.Part 2: Conflict managementDifferent types of conflicts and different resolution styles for conflicts will be discussed. The students get to know a guideline for handling conflicts, based on the course of communication, a tool for preparing for disputations and a model/tool, that is suitable for conflicts and negotiations as well.
Written homework, Active participation at the course.
Lectures, interactive instruction, practise in small groups and discussions
Lector: ao. Univ.-Prof. DDr. Kurt Schicho
Introduction into computer-assisted surgery: technical basics, virtual- and augmented reality; clinical applications; registration methods; 1st and 2nd generation of navigation: navigation and stereolithography; introduction into telemedicine; fundamentals of riskmanagement in computer-assisted surgery; Technical background of investigations that are relevant in the context of radiological investigations
Lector: Univ.Doz. Dr Ahmed Ba-Ssalamah, Dr. Dietrich Beitzke, Dr. Thomas Knogler, Dr. Helmut Prosch, Dr. Maria Theresa Schmook, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer, Ass.-Prof. Priv.-Doz. Dr. Florian Wolf
Lector: Univ.Doz. Dr Ahmed Ba-Ssalamah, Dr. Dietrich Beitzke, Dr. Gregor Kasprian, Dr. Thomas Knogler, Dr. Helmut Prosch
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Albert Hirtl, Dr. phil. Dr. med. Günther Schenz
The physics / technics part of the lecture will be organised in five parts and should serve as an introduction to the most important aspects of imaging in nuclear medicine.The following topics will be discussed in detail:Part 1: Basic physics Brief introduction to nuclear physics Introduction to radionuclide production Interaction of radiation (photons) with matterPart 2: Radiation measurement Overview of commonly used detectors Pulse-height spectroscopy Basic principle of imaging in nuclear medicinePart 3: The gamma camera Principle and function of a gamma camera Properties of a gamma cameraPart 4: Tomography in nuclear medicine Introduction to single photon emission computed tomography - SPECT Introduction to image reconstruction methods in nuclear medicine (principle of back projection and iterative reconstruction)Part 5: Positron emission tomography - PET Introduction to the physics of PET Time-of-flight PET/CT (TOF-PET/CT) Data organisation in PET (sinogram etc.) Overview of systems commercially available (TOF-PET/CT, PET/NMR)
Lector: Dr. Helmut Prosch, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
Lector: Dr. Christian Stanek
Graduates will gain an overview of new equipment, radiation treatment techniques and treatment strategies in radiation oncology.In addition to an overall understanding of the relationship between various interdisciplinary treatments used for malignant diseases, comprehension and critical analysis of recent scientific studies will be acquired.
Lector: Patrick Papesch
-) Basic terms and parameter for image reconstruction in Computed Tomography-) Basic terms and documentation of postprocessing in Computed Tomography-) Postprocessing as a central task of RT: Knowledge and skills-) Quality critereia for up to date interactive postprocessing-) Current and future aspects of postprocessing of medical image data using the example of Computed Tomography
practical work using workstations
Lectures and practical tutorials using workstations
Lector: Thomas Bachleitner-Hofmann
Lector: Mag. Claudia Fischl-Lubinger, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer, Mag. Harald Zipko
Lector: Mag. Claudia Fischl-Lubinger
Lector: Dr. Thomas Czypionka
This master course deals with the fundamentals of*health economics*health systems research*the Austrian healthcare system*challenges and problems for the Austrian healthcare systemThe participants are invited to utter their preferences within the subject, which will be taken into account if possible!
class participationpractice partsseminary paper
Lecture with discussion and practice elements
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Gerald Aschbacher, MSc, Dr. Christian Majer
-) Terms and definitions of Qualitymanagement, Processes and Processmanagement-) Process chain, Inputs, Outputs-) Influeces of internal and external references (e.g. guidelines) on processes-) key performance indicators and continuous improvement process-) workflow concepts, descriptions and documentation of processes-) application for radiological workflow using the example of Computed Tomography
Lector: Mag. Claudia Fischl-Lubinger, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Claudia Waldhäusl
Lector: Dr. Uwe Wolff
-) Basics in radiation protection, radiation exposure and limits-) Legal basics in radiation protection-) Responsibillities and education of radiation protection officers-) Radiation areas-) External workers-) safety analysis and emergency plans-) Justification, optimisation and responsibility-) Licenses from the authorities-) Different types of radiation damage-) basic principles of radiation protection in diagnostics and therapy-) examples for special techniques in radiation therapy Basics (therapeutic window) Total body irradiation Total skin irradiation Stereotactic treatments IMRT and IGRT
Lector: Ing. Mag. Wolfgang Heider
The objective of the course is to familiarize students with business and legal know-how in enterprises such as: the underlying theories, types, objectives and a overview of accounting.
Lector: Mag.a Dr.in Katharina Fleissner-Rösler, Dr. Helmut Prosch, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
Lector: Univ.Prof. Dr. Peter Knoll
Lector: Thomas Bachleitner-Hofmann, Dipl. Math. Dr.techn. Katja Bühler, Patrick Papesch, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer
Lector: Dr. Mag. Leopold-Michael Marzi
Lector: Mag.a Dr.in Bärbel Traunsteiner
Lector: Dr.rer.soc.oec. Judith Ziegler, Mag. Harald Zipko
Lector: Dipl. Math. Dr.techn. Katja Bühler, Ass. Prof. Dr.techn. Christian Kollmann, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Claudia Kuntner, Dipl.-Ing. Ivo Rausch
Lector: Dr. Christian Majer
Lector: Mag. Dr. Sonja Novak-Zezula
Lector: Alexa Binder, MSc., Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christian Loewe, Mag. Dr. Alfred Stadler, Univ.-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Tanja Stamm, PhD MSc MBA, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer, Mag. Harald Zipko
Application of specialized statistical analytical methods based on theory and methods of quantitative statistics used within scientific issues.
Presence, active cooperation, collaboration, additionally evaluations of exercises.
Interactive learning with dynamic teamwork sessions to help each other with objective and critical comments.
Lector: Dr. Martina Böck, Dr. Robert Steinbach
Number of teaching weeks15 per semester
Times7 Blocks per semester (Thur, 3.45 p.m to 9.30 p.m, Fri and Sat, 8.45 a.m to 6.15 p.m)
Technological leaps forward, scarcer resources in the health care industry, the increasing work in interdisciplinary teams and the ongoing academization of health professions are changing the occupational field. It is becoming increasingly important to optimize the processes for examination and treatment procedures. With this, come new tasks in teaching and science, as well as health, personnel and project management. The master's degree program will ensure that you continue to perform radiological examinations in a "state-of-the-art" manner. You will benefit from your know-how in the core areas of radiological technology and radiation protection in scientific projects and teaching. You will use your skills in practical instructions for the students or in lectures. In addition, you will take on coordinating, advisory, quality assurance and management positions in the intramural and extramural health sector. In the interdisciplinary collaboration with physicians, physicists, medical technicians and other health professionals, you will optimize examination and treatment procedures for the benefit of the patients. In companies you will be responsible for applications, sales and product management of large medical technology equipment.
The determination of the tuition fee is pursuant to section 9, paragraph 4 of the University of Applied Sciences Studies Act (FHStG), taking into account the actual costs.
For the reimbursement of this fee, we offer three models that are associated with different methods of payment:
One-time payment: € 10.500,-
Payable 4 weeks before start of the first semester.
Semester fee: € 2.700,- (total amount € 10.800,-)
Payable around 4 weeks before start of each semester
This option takes into account the option of terminating the studies after any semester, which is the best option for those who prefer keeping open their options for early termination.
First, second and third semester, each € 3.325,- Fourth semester € 1.725,- (total amount € 11.700,-) In each case due about four weeks prior to the start of the semester.
Financial aid is available for academic courses, master courses and for courses and seminars.
You can find information about funding agencies under grants and scholarships.
Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section with the appropriate documents.
To apply you will need the following documents:
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 formal examination of the admission requirements and a selection interview with the head of the academic sector.
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