RAD 265: Computed Tomography (CT) Clinical Education I
This is the first clinical course for certified technologists, ARRT (R), ARRT (N), ARRT (T), and (CNMT), who are admitted to the computed tomography (CT) program. Students will apply knowledge and skills learned in the classroom to the performance of computed tomography (CT) procedures in the clinical setting. Students are expected to gain practical experience and demonstrate competency in the area of CT protocols and parameter, equipment operation, quality control, and image critique. This course requires a 15 week, 24-hours/week clinical rotation under the supervision of a certified computed tomographer.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; Admission to Computed Tomography (CT) program
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