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Problem-based education of Nuclear Medicine Technologists as part of a four-year integrated Bachelor?s degree in Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy in the Netherlands: report of a transition

Willem van Hoorn
Nucl. Med. Rev 2002;5(1):61-64.

open access

Vol 5, No 1 (2002)
Occasional surveys
Published online: 2002-01-17
Submitted: 2012-01-23

Abstract

This article outlines the significant changes that the education of Nuclear Medicine Technologists (NMTs) in the Netherlands has witnessed in the past decade and a half. The present education is described in some detail here. The choice for the pedagogical model is motivated and some educational activities are highlighted. Some facts and figures are shown. At the end the interested reader is shown the way to some additional sources of information.

Abstract

This article outlines the significant changes that the education of Nuclear Medicine Technologists (NMTs) in the Netherlands has witnessed in the past decade and a half. The present education is described in some detail here. The choice for the pedagogical model is motivated and some educational activities are highlighted. Some facts and figures are shown. At the end the interested reader is shown the way to some additional sources of information.
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Keywords

education; problem-based learning; technologists

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Title

Problem-based education of Nuclear Medicine Technologists as part of a four-year integrated Bachelor?s degree in Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Therapy in the Netherlands: report of a transition

Journal

Nuclear Medicine Review

Issue

Vol 5, No 1 (2002)

Pages

61-64

Published online

2002-01-17

Bibliographic record

Nucl. Med. Rev 2002;5(1):61-64.

Keywords

education
problem-based learning
technologists

Authors

Willem van Hoorn

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