Radiography students at QMU have access to facilities within the clinical departments of Lothian and surrounding health trusts, thus reinforcing the collaborative ventures between Queen Margaret University and Health Care Providers.

Radiography staff have strong links with employers, are active in clinical research and play a significant role in the development of the professions of diagnostic and therapeutic radiography.

We provide the following specialist facilities for students:

  • Diagnostic -  Clinical room with Siemens diagnostic X-ray unit, Fuji Computed Radiography (CR) system, Fuji Digital Radiography (DR) mobile unit, High resolution digital workstations, Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS), Darkroom / viewing room, Ultrasound equipment
  • Therapeutic -  Clinical room with training radiotherapy treatment bed, Varian Eclipse computerised 4D treatment planning workstation, Immobilisation devices

 See more about the undergraduate and postgraduate courses we offer at QMU.

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CPD Course
Venepuncture and IV Cannulation for Radiographers

Head of Division

Prof. Jackie Waterfield
Tel: 0131 474 0000

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19 July 2017

Award success for QMU radiography student

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