- Cappadocia Vocational College
- Medical Imaging Techniques
Medical Imaging Techniques
What is Medical Imaging Techniques Program? Why Should I Study?
Medical imaging technicians serve in units such as direct film, computed tomography, magnetic resonance, mammography, ultrasonography, etc., which are requested for the diagnosis of the disease, or in the preparation and application of the devices of patients receiving radiation therapy and in various units of the nuclear medicine department. The program trains medical imaging technicians, who can use high-tech imaging systems (Conventional and Digital Radiology, Fluoroscopy, Digital Subtraction Angiography, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance Imaging etc.) for diagnosis and treatment in the light of basic medical and radiology knowledge acquired during their training and hospital applications, who have the technical proficiency to apply the developing technology in the field, who have the ability to synthesize information, who use eye and hand coordination comfortably, who have the experience of interpreting and applying the knowledge of radiation protection while performing these operations for the sake of own and patient’s health and who has coordination skills with the physician.
What are the characteristics that those who want to study in Medical Imaging Techniques Program should have?
- To be interested in physics and human anatomy,
- To be interested in technical subjects and electronic devices,
- To have three-dimensional thinking ability and good hand-eye coordination,
- To have effective communication skills and a sense of empathy,
- To be happy to help people,
- To be careful, patient, meticulous and responsible,
- To pay maximum attention to work and workplace safety,
- To be inclined to teamwork and cooperation.
Why should I study Medical Imaging Techniques Program at Cappadocia University?
With its young, dynamic, qualified educators, Cappadocia University provides its students with the most up-to-date information in the programs for the fields needed by the country. Students have the opportunity to practice in private and public hospitals.
What do the Graduates of Medical Imaging Techniques Program Do? What are the Job Opportunities?
Graduates of the Medical Imaging Techniques Program can work as a technician in the Radiology departments (Conventional Radiology, Computed Tomography, Magnetic Resonance, Angiography, Mammography, Fluoroscopy), Nuclear Medicine and Radiotherapy departments of state, university, private hospitals, private medical centers and private imaging centers.