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Clinic Radiography III

This course is the third clinical component of five. The student is assigned to a variety of clinical education sites to provide opportunities to maintain proficiency in completed competencies as well as progress with additional competencies. Demonstration of increased proficiency, accuracy and efficiency in routine radiographic procedures is expected. The student demonstrates competency in radiographic technique, patient care, radiation protection, general procedures and image evaluation. Increased proficiency in critical thinking and problem solving skills are expected. Students will be assigned weekend and p.m. shift work, providing opportunity to enhance their skills in trauma/mobile radiography. Students will start rotation(s) in interventional radiography and computed tomography. The student demonstrates professional attributes with patients and the healthcare team and applies work ethics in the clinical setting. The radiography program faculty monitors the progress and performance of students with weekly evaluations and competency assessments. Prerequisites: RADT1128



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