Courses and Descriptions

MEDR-1006Clinical Practice 1

This course will allow students to apply concepts of Radiological Technology to clinical practice at a diagnostic imaging department of a healthcare facility. This course allows for the integration and expansion of basic concepts and theories in the study and practice of chest, abdominal, skeletal imaging, fluoroscopy, operating room, and mobile imaging. Under appropriate supervision, students will apply concepts to practice by assisting with and/or performing general imaging procedures and applying image critique skills. The course will enhance student knowledge with respect to interpretation of common pathologies. Students participate in a variety of procedures in the clinical setting, with emphasis on communication, interpersonal skills, and psychomotor skills. Inter-professional learning experiences are introduced to facilitate student understanding of the team approach to health care. Students may begin alternate shift rotations to experience a variety of learning opportunities within the imaging department. Students will assist with and/or perform basic imaging procedures and be required to achieve competency in specific areas of imaging.
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