A two-year diploma program in radiology and imaging technology seeks to provide students with a fundamental understanding of radio diagnostic technologies and medical imaging procedures. Anatomy and physiology, examination techniques, patient care, professionalism, radiation safety and protection, and x-ray equipment will be taught to students. DMRT focuses primarily on the numerous medical approaches used to combat the various deadly diseases found in the human body, including lethal cancer.
DPMI Gwalior DRIT course includes a lot of ground regarding cancer and how to treat it with proper diagnosis and medical methods. DMRT also diagnoses numerous hidden sections of the human body and deals with several internal body disorders.
Educational Goals of the Program
• To prepare students for employment/professional success and/or pursue radiology and imaging technology degrees.
• Students will be familiar with the radiological and imaging technology needed to diagnose a variety of diseases.
• To become influential team members capable of working in groups to examine patients of all ages and become technical communicators, both orally and in writing.
• To provide students with an academic atmosphere that promotes excellence, transparency, leadership, and life-long learning awareness.
• To use self-directed professional development to improve their clinical abilities and adopt new radiological and imaging technology.
Outcomes of the Program
Students are able to do these after completing the course:
• Demonstrate basic medical radiology and imaging technology knowledge and skills to aid in their overall professional development.
• In collaboration with patients, plan, implement, and evaluate a program to address recognized medical radiology and imaging technology needs.
• Describe how individual social and organizational factors influence medical radiology and imaging technology.
• Demonstrate leadership by securely coordinating, delegating, and supervising care, managing risk, and remaining actively accountable for the care provided; include and respect others’ contributions to integrated person-centered care.
• Establish a medical radiology and imaging technology program that emphasizes communication, leadership, and advocacy.
• Explain the ethical and legal foundations for medical radiology and imaging technology.
• Use appreciative methods while doing difficult radiological and imaging exams. Provide patient care in various venues — efficiently and cost-effectively – while putting the needs of individual patients first.
• Apply basic clinical ethics and law ideas in medical radiography and imaging technologies to their work as healthcare practitioners.
• Demonstrate good communication skills by exchanging professional information effectively.
• Develop, select, and use modern pharmacy field tools and procedures for resolving pharmaceutical issues.
• Recognize the importance of continued education and research in lifelong learning.
Human anatomy and physiology, fundamental physics, including radiological physics, physics of newer imaging modalities, quality control in radiology and radiation safety, radiographic and image processing techniques, contrast & special radiography procedures, English & communication skills are some of the major topics that will be covered.
Pathways to a Career
• Medical radiologists and imaging technology diploma holders can work as radiographers, radiologic technologists, nuclear medicine technologists, x-ray technicians, and ultrasound technicians.
• These diploma holders in medical imaging technology can also work in the following fields:
• Ultrasound technician
• Medical expert
• Radiologic technologist
• Medical image analysis scientist.