Cancer patients know they’re in good hands when they meet a radiation therapist.
You will treat cancer patients using state-of-the-art radiation therapy methods and techniques to accurately deliver the prescribed dose of radiation to eliminate the cancer cells while minimising the effects of this radiation to the surrounding organs. You will work in an interdisciplinary team consisting of the radiation oncologist, medical physicist and dosimetrist to create a plan that offers the best treatment options for patients.
You provide emotional comfort to patients as you journey alongside them during their radiation treatment. Your work gives them the hope of recovery.
Fabrication of immobilisation devices and treatment accessories
Treatment localisation via simulation
(Computed Tomography (CT)/coventional simulation)
Bachelor’s degree in radiation therapy
Diagnostic radiographers, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, radiation therapists and speech therapists are required to have a licence to practise in Singapore. For registration matters, please refer to the
Allied Health Professions Council website.
Singapore Institute of Technology
Overseas institutions recognised by the Allied Health Professions Council
Singapore Society of Radiographers if you wish to find out more.
Note:The allied health practitioner may not be able to conduct the full range of services and activities listed above, as the scope of practice depends on the level of training, experience and competence attained. The onus is on the employer and the practitioner to ensure that all services and activities are conducted within the scope of competence of the respective practitioner.
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