Life as a Breast Clinician
Breast clinicians work autonomously, usually in symptomatic and screening assessment clinics, performing ultrasound and biopsies; in surgical clinics providing pre and post-surgical care; and in family history clinics carrying out risk assessments and providing advice on risk reduction.
Breast clinicians may take on senior leadership, research and education roles in addition to their clinical duties.
Benefits of the role
Real life stories
How to become
Medical degree and at least 2 years’ working as a doctor post qualification
Completion of credential in breast disease management