Diagnostic radiography education in South Africa: where we were, where we are and possible futures
Keywords:Professional education, transformation, history, future directions, medical imaging
South African radiography education has its roots in a western knowledge system. The education programme’s structure has undergone significant transformations since its inception to what is currently available. Reflections for future directions are provided in line with the purpose of higher education, needs of the healthcare system to provide quality care, and advancements in the medical imaging profession.
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