The Profession, Scopes of Practice definitions and Qualifications
Medical radiation technology is a patient centred profession that encompasses the practices of medical imaging and radiation therapy. Medical imaging practitioners use different technologies to create images of the human body for diagnosis and the staging and management of disease. Radiation therapy practitioners use technology to create and evaluate images and data related to the localisation, planning and delivery of radiation treatments.
The Board has defined eight scopes of practice for registration in the profession of medical radiation technology (medical imaging and radiation therapy).
To view the definition and required qualification, click on the scope of practice you are interested in:
- Medical Imaging Technologist
- Radiation Therapist
- Nuclear Medicine Technologist
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
- Trainee Nuclear Medicine Technologist
- Trainee Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technologist
- Trainee Sonographer