Radiation oncology has seen substantial changes within the last decade, including the widespread introduction of advanced technologies like intensity modulated and image guided radiotherapy (IMRT, IGART) as well as the implementation of treatments like IMRT, volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT), and stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR). At the same time as this, workplace roles have been evolving across disciplines. To meet this challenge and to enable individuals to take advantage of new opportunities, Inholland University of Applied Sciences currently offers a 90 EC master program. All modules can be followed separately. These modules are comprehensive, stimulating and designed to equip participants with the skills necessary for advanced clinical practice. With careful guidance and excellent coaching, we aim to maximize learning, make our students feel at home, and offer them opportunities to develop themselves both as professionals and as individuals.
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