Module - Clinical Computing Systems Management (HBI105)

HSST

Aim of this module

By the end of the this module the Clinical Scientist in HSST will be able to analyse, synthesise, evaluate and apply knowledge to support the use of clinical computing systems in their own area of physical science practice throughout the medical device life cycle, including specification, procurement, installation, commissioning, quality control and end of life, in a manner consistent with the roles and responsibilities of a Medical Physics expert (or equivalent for the relevant specialim) to ensure the safety and efficacy of medical radiation exposures for patients.

Knowledge and understanding


By the end of this module the Clinical Scientist in HSST will analyse, synthesise, critically evaluate and apply knowledge, and will be able to:

Technical and Clinical Skills


By the end of this module the Clinical Scientist in HSST will be able to critically apply their knowledge and understanding to develop and evaluate investigative strategies/procedures/processes that take account of relevant clinical and scientific evidence and other sources of information. They will also be expected to critically reflect on their performance and apply in practice a range of clinical skills, and will be able to:

By the end of this module the Clinical Scientist in HSST would be expected to consistently demonstrate the attitudes and behaviours necessary for the role of a Medical Physics expert (or equivalent, depending on clinical specialism followed) working within the limits of professional competence and will be able to: