How to create your own OPTIMAX

Hogg, Peter (University of Salford, Greater Manchester, UK) ; Pires Jorge, José A. (HESAV School of Health Sciences, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland)

OPTIMAX is recognised internationally as a valuable experience which exposes novice researchers, particularly BSc Radiography students, to a fairly complete journey through team-based multicultural and multi-professional research, from conception to dissemination. Whilst the primary focus of OPTIMAX is on radiography, disciplines such as physics, engineering, computer science and others participate. Today research is no longer seen as a local activity involving isolated researchers and this philosophy is reflected in OPTIMAX. Contemporary quality research is multi-professional, multi-national and multi-cultural1,2,3. Recognising the value of OPTIMAX and the need for others to consider offering similar learning experiences this chapter outlines the details of what to do to recreate a similar learning experience in anticipation that similar schemes might develop around the world.


Faculty:
Santé
Branch:
Technique en radiologie médicale
School:
HESAV
Institute:
Unité de recherche en santé, HESAV
Publisher:
Manchester, University of Salford
Date:
2017-02
Manchester
University of Salford
Pagination:
pp. 11-28
Published in:
OPTIMAX 2016 : Optimising image quality for medical imaging
Author of the book:
Hogg, Peter ; ed. University of Salford
Hogg-Thompson, Robert ; ed. University of Salford
Buissink, Carst ; ed. University of Salford
ISBN:
9781907842931
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