Medical radiation practitioners are registered healthcare practitioners who perform diagnostic imaging studies on patients. They plan, administer radiation treatments or prepare and administer nuclear medicine.
There are three divisions of practice for medical radiation practitioners: nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy and diagnostic radiography.
Candidates seeking to gain registration must complete a minimum three year undergraduate, or two-year postgraduate master program of study approved by the Medical Radiation Practice Board of Australia.
To work as a qualified medical radiation practitioner in Australia, you must meet the below criteria’s.
To work as a medical radiation practitioner (diagnostic radiographer, radiation therapist or nuclear medicine technologist) in Australia, you need to:
These two application processes are entirely separate and success in one does not automatically guarantee success in the other.
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