MESSAGE OF HOS

I welcome you in the School of Radiology at The University of Faisalabad, a dynamic and growing institution with energetic faculty, highly skilled technical and administrative staff and state of the art equipment. Our institution takes pride in consistently promoting its priorities excellence in clinical care, teaching and research. A career in radiological Science is a fascinating one as Medical Imaging Sciences work as part of the clinical team taking care of patients. Images obtained by radiological science professionals are the first line of diagnosis and treatment for a patient. This five years degree program will allow you to become a vital member of health care team contributing to the well-being of the society.

Prof Dr Nayab Alia

vision

To provide outstanding clinical care through expertise in medical images interpretation, through innovation advances in imaging research and through excellence in teaching and mentoring. The mission of the school of Radiology is to research, teach, promote and implement a comprehensive range of preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic medical imaging service.

Mission

The mission of the School of Radiology is to provide graduates with the knowledge, clinical skills, and compassion that will allow them to become exemplary medical imaging technologists and future leaders in radiology and advanced imaging professions.

The mission of the School of Radiology is to research, teach, promote and implement a comprehensive range of preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic medical imaging services in Pakistan. This is accomplished by training competent professional radiological practitioners, by conducting significant fundamental and applied research, by cultivating and training doctor of radiology graduate students, by providing continuing education and post-graduate training, and perhaps most importantly, by providing exemplary clinical services.

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

C. 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.

About Us

The medical student program in the Department of Radiological Sciences is designed to introduce students to the spectrum of diagnostic imaging modalities and their role in the clinical management of patients. It provides students with knowledge of essential radiographic clinical management of patients. It provides students with knowledge of essential radiographic anatomy and key imaging features of common diseases. The basic principles of all forms of diagnostic imaging pertaining to thoracic, musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal, genitourinary, cardiac, neuroradiology, mammography, pediatrics, emergency radiology, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, and interventional radiology are provided. Students acquire interpretative skills by didactic instruction and interactive teaching sessions and through the use of Web-based teaching materials.

Greater depth of experience is provided by the elective clerkship offered at the end that emphasizes training in general diagnostic radiology, angiography/interventional radiology neuroradiology, and pediatric radiology. In today's market, practice opportunities for Radiological scientist abound. Radiological scientists may elect to practice individually join group practices, ENGOs, centers, teach, conduct valuable research, and participate in health-care administration and practice in military and public health-care settings.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

There are plenty opportunities for graduate students in teaching and general hospitals to perform in 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

Courses

School of Radiology

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Conferences

The University of Faisalabad brings together its students, educators, researchers and scholars, as well as innovators and entrepreneurs on one forum by conducting numerous conferences throughout the year to promote emerging fields of medical, arts, science and technology midst the institute. At TUF, we ensure inflow of academic excellence along with building national and international stature of the institute by establishing best practices in education, research, infrastructure development, innovation & commercialization and community development. Hence we focus in developing internal capacity and reinforcing our sublime objectives through focused foreign visits, student and faculty exchanges & international consultative seminars and workshops etc.

scholarships/Financial Assistance

Scholarship and Financial Aid

The University of Faisalabad is a well-recognized institution for higher learning in Pakistan. It is the strategy of TUF to invest in the personal, academic and professional growth of students. This investment requires a financial partnership between the university and students. TUF firmly believes that no one should be deprived of getting education merely on the grounds of inability to fulfill the financial requirement. The following various scholarship/financial assistance schemes are available to facilitate on merit and needy/deserving students.

Merit Based Scholarships

Significant number of students earn this category of scholarship every year based on their results. The results are evaluated by the University and the award is announced according to the merit.

Alumni Scholarships

Alumni/ae of TUF is awarded scholarship of 50% waiver in tuition fee for further education at TUF. This is a true depiction as how keen is TUF in attracting its alumni/ae, while upholding and promoting the up straight vision of the university.

Kinship Scholarship

The first, second and third kin of alumni/ae and existing participants (brother, sister, husband, wife, son and daughter) are awarded 10%, 15% and 20% waiver on tuition fee respectively. This award is simply introduced to reduce the financial burden on the parents/guardians.

Outstanding Sportsmen / Women Scholarship

Outstanding sportsmen/women having national color are awarded 100% tuition fee waiver. The award is introduced to invoke and promote the spirit of sport in the youth of Pakistan.

Special Person (Disabled) Scholarship

All certified special students are given 10% waiver in tuition fee. This award has a special importance in promoting the disabled to continue with their academics and pave a way of their success.

Fatima, Zainab and Rafique Scholarships

Fatima, Zainab and Rafique scholarships are awarded to the students who demonstrate academic excellence by achieving marks above 90%, between 87.5% to 89.99% and between 85% to 87.49% respectively at the end of the semester in each degree program.

Scholarship for SOS Village

100% waiver in entire degree fee for all the students from SOS Village is awarded.

Rules Governing Scholarships & Financial Awards

  • a. Fatima, Zainab & Rafiq scholarships are awarded to as many as 10% of the size of the class.
  • b. Scholarship is paid to supplement tuition fee only. All other charges (where applicable) are to be paid by the student.
  • c. A student is eligible for one scholarship only. In case a student is eligible for two or more scholarships, the one with highest amount is awarded and the rest is withdrawn.
  • d. It is mandatory for every scholarship holder to finish his/ her enrolled program in the prescribed minimum duration of the program. No extension of award is provided beyond the standard duration of the course/degree.
  • e. Award of scholarship is withdrawn if:
    • i. Attendance falls below 75%.
    • ii. Student gets “F” grade in any subject.
    • iii. Student is involved in any disciplinary case i.e., involvement in political, unethical and anti state activities etc.
    • iv. The GPA/CGPA falls below the prescribed limit as mentioned in each clause
  • f. However, restrictions at e (I and IV) are removed as soon as the student improves in the forthcoming semester.
  • g. The policy is subject to revision as and when required by the competent authority

Talented students who are financially incapable of meeting cost of education at TUF can avail the financial assistance/ scholarships from the followings:

  • 1. Workers Welfare Fund
  • 2. Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF) Scholarships
  • 3. Benevolent Fund
  • 4. Fauji Foundation
  • 5. Madinah Foundation

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Student Societies

Student Societies are considered as one of the cardinal features of learning, The University of Faisalabad promotes the participation in variety of physical, intellectual, athletic and recreational activities, and provides students with opportunities to engage in the activities of their choice at various skill levels, providing virtual real-life environments that directly contribute to the development of student leadership amid increased collaboration between the individual club.

  • Religious Society
  • Literary Society
  • Cultural Society
  • Community Services Society
  • Dramatic Society
  • Musical Society
  • Art Society
  • Publication Society
  • Sports Society
  • Blood Donors Society
  • Model United Nation Society
  • Photography Society
  • Adventure Society
  • Student Welfare Society
  • Character Building Society
  • Rehabilitation Society

Hostels


Amna Hall, Khadija Hall, Ayesha Hall, Fatima Hall, Zainab Hall, Ruqaiya Hall, and TUFIANS are hostels having furnished rooms to accommodate more than 1200 students. These halls provide a number of facilities including TV lounges, common rooms, study rooms, Wi-Fi, prayer rooms and kitchens. All students residing in the hostel are expected to conform to rules and regulations framed from time to time.


Cafeteria


Food catering service having a wide range of quality snacks and meals at modest prices is available throughout the day.


Bank


Branches of Habib Metropolitan Bank are opened for facilitating the students and employees of the university in making financial transactions. ATM machines are also installed in the University.


Transport


The university has out-sourced transport to facilitate students in their pick and drop from and to the University.