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Antonella Mangione

Adjunct professor

Department of Experimental, Diagnostic and Specialty Medicine - DIMES

Curriculum vitae

Antonella Mangione


Working experience

Type of company and sector: Department of Diagnostic and Prevention Medicine

Sector: Radiology Prof. M. Zompatori Section of Urgency Radiology

Type of employment: Medical Radiology Medical Practitioner for Images and Radiotherapy (TRMIR)

The Medical Radiology Technician for Images and Radiotherapy carries with professional title and professional autonomy the technical procedures necessary for carrying out diagnostic methods on biological materials or on the person, or technical-assistance activities, in pursuance of the provisions of the regulations concerning the identification of the figures and their professional profiles. He has adequate training in the basic disciplines to allow for a better understanding of the most important elements that are at the basis of pathological processes that develop in the ages, the adult and the geriatric, on which the diagnostic intervention focuses. The achievement of professional skills is carried out through theoretical and practical training that includes the acquisition of behavioral skills and is achieved in the specific context of each profile so as to guarantee the full mastery of all the necessary skills and their immediate expense in the working environment.

Main functions and responsibilities

Professional Healthcare Worker

Medical Radiology Medical Practitioner for Images and Radiotherapy - Category D

Academic career

I have been active since 2002 as a Medical Technician at Medical Polyclinic at the S. Orsola - Malpighi Clinic in Emergency Radiology - Department of Diagnostic Medicine and Prevention in Conventional Radiology and Computed Tomography

I collaborate with the Degree Course in Medical Radiology Techniques for Images and Radiotherapy Alma Mater Studiorum of Bologna

Education and Training

University of Ferrara

Graduated title

LM / SNT3 - Master Degree in Science of Technical Professions of University of Ferrara

Department of Morphology, Surgery and Experimental Medicine

I degree in "Medical Radiology Techniques for Images and Radiotherapy" - University of Bologna

Institutional activities and academic assignments

1. Participating in numerous update programs both as a learner and a speaker on topics related to specific meta-skills and competences

2. Participation to Commissions Activated by the Degree Course Council in Techniques of Medical Radiology for Images and Radiotherapy

3. Member of the College of Occupational Health at CAPS Hospital Sant'Orsola Malpighi Bologna

4. Tutor and Correspondent thesis of the degree program in TRMIR

Functional Position

Clinician and Trainee Tutor since 01-01-2008

Internship is the place where students learn the skills necessary for professional practice in contact with patients, tools and practitioners. The main objective of this position is to facilitate the trainee's learning of meta-skills, specific skills and technical-practical skills, with the help of teaching methodologies that capture the student's experience and involve him in the analysis of themselves.

Another objective is to try to develop its skills that it is able to adapt to the evolving dynamics of the context in which it is located or to move between the various contexts in which it has the opportunity to enter into its professional life by constructing and constantly transforming their patterns of knowledge and action as indispensable requirements to be a professional.

Teaching Didactics

Professor at the University of Bologna since 2011

Teaching Activities: Professional Laboratory 1-1cfu of the Bachelor Degree in Medical Radiology Techniques for Images And Radiotherapy


The student during his first internship experience feels unprepared for professional practice due to the lack of confidence with the practical skills required and the fear of hurting the patient is one of the major causes of anxiety and fear. The student with this tool is able to engage the theory previously taught during the frontal lessons to professional practice. In the lab you acquire technical knowledge and learn how to use the equipment procedures the materials the methods and tools. It is the place where non-real situations or events are simulated, for example, patients with a certain clinical question who access a radiology service to perform an x-ray. In such situations, students will be asked to identify and dress the patients or the operator but without consequences on the actual patient because they will use a dedicated dummy. The student will be able to gain confidence and familiarity with the tools by seeking automation, controlling gestures, emotions by experiencing the mistake and trying to solve the problems inherent in a specific technical-practical question.

Teaching Didactics

Professor at the University of Bologna since 2017

teaching activity: CT Imaging Techniques 1-2cfu of the Degree Course in Medical Radiology Techniques for Images And Radiotherapy

Objective: At the end of the module, the student will have the technical, practical and methodological knowledge required to conduct a TC survey with appropriate protocols based on the clinical question of the patient about the pathology and type of equipment available.

Particular attention is paid to the issue of radiant dose to the patient and techniques to minimize it without impairing the diagnostic quality of the ALARA (As Low Reasonably Achievable) principle. To achieve this goal, the student should be aware of how to optimize the radiant dose and how to act on the scanning process to suitably modulate a set of parameters in order to achieve the best balance between the image quality required for a given diagnostic question and less radiant dose to the patient

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