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Nuclear medicine technologist

Daniel is a nuclear medicine technologist at Addenbrookes hospital.  He uses radioactive tracers to image the path of the material through the body.  He studied a short course with the Open University and spent four years training on the job at the hospital.

Curriculum links include nuclear medicine, imaging techniques, radioactivity, decay, half-life

For more resources linked to medical physics have a look at  14-16 medical physics



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