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Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger

Radiographer
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Room: D.Z.19
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1100 Wien

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Lectures 2021/22

Health Sciences

> Clinical Internship Magnetic Resonance Imaging PR
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Clinical Internship Magnetic Resonance Imaging PR

0SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Preparation and performance of examinations, evaluation and analysis of the results with regard to qualitative guidelines in magnetic resonance imaging

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
Written documentation (training protocol)

Teaching methods

placement: patient-oriented, practical implementation of theoretical teaching content

Language

German

> MRI: Basics of Medical Technology ILV
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MRI: Basics of Medical Technology ILV

Lector: Georg Mach, BSc, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Technical terms; physical basics of image formation and technical image processing; technical components (design, coil technology, additive technical accessories, ...), image data, image processing and post processing; sequences; hazard and safety aspects, quality assurance

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

Lecture

Language

German

> MRI: Postprocessing and Image Analysis ILV
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MRI: Postprocessing and Image Analysis ILV

Lector: Georg Mach, BSc, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger

1SWS
1ECTS

Lecture contents

Image analysis and image evaluation based on selected image examples in groups; postprocessing procedures (MPR, MIP, ROI, evaluations, etc.), parameter changes and their effects on image quality, image analysis (contrasts, parameters, artefacts, case studies, ...)

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

Activating form (guided exercises, case studies)

Language

German

> MRI: Examinations and Interventions ILV
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MRI: Examinations and Interventions ILV

Lector: Georg Mach, BSc, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger

2SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

Indications and contraindications; safety aspects; patient-centered care; planning of examination protocols, execution, evaluation, post-processing and documentation according to the current state of the art and science; indication-related sequence and parameter selection and their optimization possibilities; contrast agent application; hygiene; quality assurance; classification of anatomical and pathological structures on the sectional image; clinical image examples

Assessment methods

Module exam

Teaching methods

VO (Lecture, Demonstration) Activating form: (guided exercises, group work)

Language

German

> Reflection on clinical Internship Magnetic Resonan…
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Reflection on clinical Internship Magnetic Resonance Imaging UE

Lector: Georg Mach, BSc, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger

0.5SWS
0.5ECTS

Lecture contents

Reflection on the practical work involved in implementing theoretical teaching/learning content, dealing with stressful situations, informative conversations, appropriate interaction with patients, as well as with vocational colleagues and other professional groups while observing ethical principles and taking into account different cultural orientations, feedback, cooperation in teams, presentation and discussion of a case study from professional practice.

Assessment methods

Continuous assessment
immanent examination character: oral or written (presentation/ discussion of a case study)

Teaching methods

Activating form (impulse presentation, guided exercises)

Language

German

> Bachelor Project: Planning and Methodology SE
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Bachelor Project: Planning and Methodology SE

Lector: Reza Agha Mohammadi Sareshgi, MSc, Christopher Deutsch, BSc MA, Sabine Gabriele Gracic, FH-Prof. DI (FH) Godoberto Guevara Rojas, PhD, Christoph Kamp, BSc MSc, Barbara Karlhuber, Barbara Kraus, MSc, Alexander Lehde, MAS, Georg Mach, BSc, Klemens Messner, BSc MSc, Melanie Pressler, BSc MSc, Alexander Raith, BSc MSc, FH-Prof.in Dr.in Gabriele Salomonowitz, MAS MBA, Christian Schneckenleitner, MSc MSc, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Gabriele Schwarzmüller-Erber, MBA, Brigitte Stanek, MBA, Mag.a Maria Starkbaum, FH-Prof. Mag. Gerold Unterhumer, Mag.a Ulrike Weinberger

1SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

Planning and conception of the Bachelor project: preparation of an exposé as the basis for a supervision agreement; implementation of good scientific practice in compliance with guidelines and knowledge of science-based decision-making and research methods: Formulation of research questions and hypotheses; overview of research methods; research; literature review; project planning methods.

Assessment methods

Final exam
written - exposé

Teaching methods

Activating form (presentation, feedback, discussion)

Language

German