bs-radiology

BS Radiology

Objectives

The DMIS program mission is supported by the following program goals and objectives:

1. Medical Knowledge:

A. The Doctor of Radiology program will provide high quality education which will prepare graduates to provide full-scope radiological services in an ethical and professional manner by professionally skilled instructors.

B. To train professional radiological scientists with sufficient and relevant scientific and technological skills with high degree of competence and safety in the practice of radiography in health care delivery system.

C. Understand the relationship between the basic and clinical sciences as it applies to Radiology. Apply their knowledge in the basic and clinical sciences to the determination of which imaging studies are most appropriate to the care of their patients. Understand which study would be most important and helpful versus which studies are less useful or helpful for diagnoses of a wide spectrum of specific diseases.

2. Patient Care:

The professional radiological scientist will

A. Learn the anatomic appearance of all parts of the body recognizable on imaging studies.

B. Learn to recognize changes seen on follow-up studies and determine how the new and additional information learned can be used in the care of patient.

C. Learn to understand when and which imaging studies are indicated for emergency, urgent or routine patient care and the appropriate time interval between such studies.

D. Learn which studies are contraindicated in a patient’s condition.

E. Understand basic information on equipment capability and how to access the technical expertise of technicians to overcome the difficulty in recognition of pathologies created by other basic factors (example – obesity, fibrosis, scar tissue, etc.).

F. Understand the socioeconomic capabilities of patients and the financial impact upon them of having studies done, especially in those cases where the study ordered has not been recognized to be useful in finding the pathology sought.

3. Practice Based Learning and Improvement

Radiological scientist will learn to:

A. Facilitate and support his/her own education by reading current journal publications and utilizing information technology.

B. Assess, apply, and assimilate investigative knowledge to improve patient care.

C. Have small group seminar discussions, film interpretation discussions, etc.

4. Interpersonal and Communication Skills

Radiological scientist will learn

A. The terminology specific to Radiology and how to use it in verbal and written communication with patients, family, staff and peers.

B. Learn how to communicate with patients as to the need for imaging studies and understanding the results of such studies.

c. Utilize intuitive and listening skills

D. Learn the importance of being a team player.

E. Learn how to communicate in an organized manner.

5. Professionalism

Prepare radiological scientist to:

A. Complete responsibilities reliably.

B. Demonstrate respect, empathy, and integrity.

C. Demonstrate understanding of ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, informed consent, and confidentiality.

6 .Systems-Based Practice

Radiological scientist will

A. Recognize the role of the Radiologist as a member and coordinator of the healthcare delivery team.

B. Realize the Radiologist’s role in the community and society.

7. International competency

Prepare the radiological scientists to take the Radiology examination internationally.

8. Post graduation and Research

The program is committed to providing research experiences for radiological scientists so that they can contribute to the advancement of radiology.

Provide students with the educational background required to peruse postgraduate studies.

Role and Scope

There are plenty of opportunities for graduate students in teaching and general hospitals to perform patient assessment, patient management, fluoroscopy and other radiologic procedures.

It has a wide scope, after completion you can work as a:

• Radiological assistant

• As radiological administrator

• Radiological equipment application experts

• Radiological scientist

• Researches

• Lecturer

  • Duration

    10 Semesters (5 years)

  • Eligibility

    FSc Pre Medical with minimum 50% marks or equivalent

  • credit hours
    required

    162

  • Fee Rs

    1,352,700

semesters and courses

 

Semester 1

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-101 Islamic Studies /Ethics 2(2-0)
ENG-101 English I (Reading & Writing Skills) 3(3-0)
MATH-101 Mathematics 3(3-0)
CS-101 Introduction to Information & Communication Technologies 3(2-1)
BIO-101 Biochemistry 3(2-1)
ISL-103 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation I 1(1-0)
  Credit Hours 15
 
 

Semester 2

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
PHYSI-101 Physiology 3(2-1)
ANA-101 Anatomy 3(3-0)
PS-101 Pakistan Studies 2(2-0)
ENG-102 English-II (Communication Skills) 3(3-0)
ISL-104 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation II 1(1-0)
RDS-111 Medical Radiological Physics and Radiation Sciences & Technology 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 15
 
 

Semester 3

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-201 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation-III 1(1-0)
ENG-201 English III (Technical Writing & Presentation Skills) 3(3-0)
PSY-201 Psychology 3(3-0)
PHARM-201 Pharmacology 3(2-1)
PAT-202 Pathology 3(3-0)
ANA-202 Cross Sectional Anatomy-I 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 16
 
 

Semester 4

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
ISL-202 Teaching of Holy Quran with Translation-IV 1(1-0)
GEN-201 Sociology 3(3-0)
SUR-201 Surgery-I 3(3-0)
MED-201 Medicine -I 3(3-0)
ANA-203 Cross Sectional Anatomy-II 3(2-1)
RDS-211 General Radiology and Basics of Ultrasound 3(3-0)
  Credit Hours 16
 
 

Semester 5

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
MGT-301 Entrepreneurship 3(3-0)
STAT-301 Biostatistics 3(3-0)
SUR-301 Surgery—II 3(3-0)
MED-301 Medicine- II 3(3-0)
GYN-501 Gynecology and Obstetrics 3(3-0)
RDS-311 Basics of Doppler Ultrasound & Musculoskeletal 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 18
 
 

Semester 6

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
GEN-302 Patient Care 2(2-0)
GEN-310 Research Methodology 3(2-1)
RDS-312 Principles of Echocardiography 3(2-1)
RDS-313 Obstetrical Ultrasound 3(2-0)
RDS-314 Abdominal and Gynecological Ultrasound 3(2-1)
RDS-315 Computed Tomography (CT)-I 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 17
 
 

Semester 7

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RDS-411 Radiography imaging Procedures 3(1-2)
RDS-412 Vascular Ultrasound 3(2-1)
RDS-413 Advances in Medical Imaging Technology 3(2-1)
RDS-414 Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) 4(2-2)
RDS-415 Computed Tomography (CT)-II 3(2-1)
  Credit Hours 16
 
 

Semester 8

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RDS-410 Research Project 6(0-6)
RDS-416 Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine Techniques 2(2-0)
RDS-417 Mammography Radiological Techniques 3(2-1)
RDS-418 Angiography and Cardiac Imaging 2(1-1)
RDS-419 Interventional Radiology 2(1-1)
  Credit Hours 15
 
 

Semester 9

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RDS-511 Clinical Practice in Radiology I (CT Scan) 4(0-4)
RDS-512 Clinical Practice in Radiology II ( MRI) 4(0-4)
RDS-513 Clinical Practice in Radiology III (Ultrasound) 3(0-3)
RDS-514 Medical Imaging in Emergency Medicine 3(1-2)
RDS-515 Musculoskeletal Ultrasound 3(1-2)
  Credit Hours 17
 
 

Semester 10

Course Code Course Title Credit Hours
RDS-516 Clinical Practice in Radiology IV (Fluoroscopy) 4(0-4)
RDS-517 Clinical Practice in Radiology V (Mammography) 3(0-3)
RDS-518 Clinical Practice in Radiology VI( X ray) 4(0-4)
RDS-519 Interventional Radiology II 3(1-2)
RDS-520 Equipment Safety 3(1-2)
  Credit Hours 17
  Total Credit Hours 162