What can I do with my radiotherapy degree?

What can I do with my radiotherapy degree?

Advanced practitioner, pre-treatment radiographer, planning radiographer, review radiographer, research radiographer, prescribing radiographer…these are just a few ways you can progress, and that’s just within departments. There are also research programmes, Masters and PhD’s all aimed at therapeutic radiographers.

How much do radiation therapists get paid?

Radiation Therapist Salaries

Job Title Salary
NSW Department of Health Radiation Therapist salaries – 3 salaries reported $93,000/yr
Western NSW Local Health District Radiation Therapist salaries – 2 salaries reported $79,898/yr
Western Sydney Local Health District Radiation Therapist salaries – 2 salaries reported $35/hr

How much do oncologists make UK?

Salary Recap The average pay for a Medical Oncologist is £224,952 a year and £108 an hour in London, United Kingdom. The average salary range for a Medical Oncologist is between £149,209 and £300,478. On average, a Doctorate Degree is the highest level of education for a Medical Oncologist.

What can you do with a radiotherapy degree?

You will develop skills related to planning and accurate delivery of radiotherapy using a range of specialised technical equipment. You will also develop the vital skills to manage the psychological, social and emotional factors experienced by patients with cancer, their families and loved ones.

What does a thertherapeutic radiographer do?

Therapeutic Radiographers use advanced equipment to plan and deliver radiation treatment for cancer patients. They are on the front line of the fight against cancer, providing treatment with pinpoint accuracy. This three-year degree equips you with the knowledge and skills to excel in this highly specialised career.

What is the therapeutic radiographer science module?

This module introduces the scientific material required for informed and safe practice as a therapeutic radiographer. Students will be introduced to radiation science and topics taught will include the physical principles of radiation generation, interaction, modification and protection underpinning radiation therapy.