Radiographers are a central part of the modern healthcare team in hospitals and need an understanding of technology, anatomy, physiology and pathology to carry out their work. Diagnostic radiographers decide which examination to perform, advising on procedures and reporting on diagnostic images. City’s degree provides students with the skills and knowledge to help diagnose illness by producing and interpreting images. Diagnostic radiographers are essential members of the healthcare team, working closely with doctors, nurses and other health care professionals in a wide range of clinical settings. They use a range of imaging modalities to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of illness. These include conventional radiography, fluoroscopy, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and positron emission tomography. You will be taught by academics who are experts within the field and many of whom are active clinicians and researchers. Our curriculum concentrates on evidence based teaching and is directly influenced by the research happening within the department which is informing radiography policy and practice. We have long standing and close links with radiology departments in hospitals, the radiography profession, and industry; all of this offers a challenging yet supportive environment in which to study. City's radiography courses are ranked 1st in London for student satisfaction (2017 NSS). The BSc (Hons) Radiography (Diagnostic Imaging) degree is approved by the Health and Care Professions Council and the College of Radiographers.