Courses and Descriptions

PRAC-5003Medical Radiologic Technology Practicum 2

In this course, students will continue to apply concepts of Radiological Technology to clinical practice at a diagnostic imaging department within a RRC affiliated healthcare facility. Students will expand their knowledge and continue to develop general radiography clinical skills while also applying theoretical principles of Computed Tomography (CT) and being introduced to areas of specialized imaging. This course will enhance student knowledge with respect to interpretation of common pathologies. Under appropriate supervision, students will be expected to assume increased responsibility in general imaging, including more independence with performing basic imaging procedures as well as image critique. Students will be expected to assume a greater role in providing for patient needs while enhancing their patient care/assessment skills. Students will be able to assist with and/or participate in complex specialized procedures and will be expected to achieve all competencies as required by national and provincial standards.


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