Bachelor of Radiation Therapy

QUT

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Bachelor Degree
Brisbane
3.0 years Full-Time
(or Part-Time equivalent)
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Radiation therapists are part of a multidisciplinary team that help cancer patients through a challenging part of their lives. They plan and deliver highly accurate radiation treatment, and also provide emotional support and care for patients. Typically, a patient receiving radiation therapy will see the radiation therapist every day for several weeks and you will need to be able to demonstrate empathy and a caring nature towards a wide range of patients. Radiation therapists find that being at the forefront of patient care at this critical time in their patients’ lives is a rewarding experience.
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As a radiation therapist in a radiotherapy department of a major hospital or private institution, you may become a member of a team treating cancer patients and...

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Additional Information

At the end of the second year of study in this course you will have the option to apply for the Bachelor of Radiation Therapy (Honours). This allow...

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