posted 5 April, 2024

Breast Image Interpretation and reporting – 40 credits

Mammography Image Interpretation and Reporting (40 credits)

For breast health care professionals who wish to engage in the interpretation and reporting of mammographic images. This module is one academic year in length. There are five academic days delivered online at the start of the module. The remainder of learning takes place within the student’s own workplace. There are no in-person visits required to King’s College Hospital.
Course dates
Monday 7 October to Friday 11 October 2024
Price for 2024 intake

Course details

Entry requirements

Applicants for post-graduate modules will need to meet the following criteria:

  • registration with an appropriate regulatory body, for example, HCPC/NMC/GMC
  • possession of a recognised appropriate qualification (at a minimum of level 6), for example, BSc (Hons) Diagnostic Radiography
  • be employed within the breast care field and have access to the necessary clinical workload for the module
  • evidence of departmental support due to the nature of the clinical competency requirements
  • if English is not the first language, students must have an IELTS average score of 7.0 with no individual element below 7.0

Visit the London South Bank University website for further details.

Fees and further information

Please note that all the academic aspects of the modules will be delivered online. Some modules still have a clinical element requiring attendance at King’s College Hospital. See individual module information.

See below for a summary of courses. For more information, contact our Training Centre.

South East London National Training Centre