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Department of Radiological Technology

This Department was founded in 1963 by the director, Dr. Supot Angkaew, and Mr. G.W. Waral from World Health Organisation as a counsellor. It is the first Radiological Technology School in Thailand. The department concerns Bachelor degree course (Radiological technology) involving 27 subjects and two years continuing course (consisting of 17 subjects).

The educational program places much emphasis on the students' knowledge and understanding of the advantages and disadvantages of radiation. Moreover, it is also vital that they know the method used in measuring radiation as well as the method used in order to prevent danger from radioactive substances that are used in medical treatment. The students should be able to work and control the equipments and instruments that are used in radio diagnosis, radio treatment and nuclear medicine correctly, efficiently and safely for their own safety and that of others.

 


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