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RADT 1320 Clinical Radiography I



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RADT 1320 Clinical Radiography I

Spring Semester

Clinical Time: 7:30-12:00

Clinical

Assignment

3-31

4-7

4-14

4-21

4-28

5-5

5-12

5-19

5-27-08


6-2-08




TMC Gen A

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter

Tony

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny




TMC Desk/Transport A

Laura

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter

Tony

Jason

Stacy




TMC ER B

Karen

Laura

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter

Tony

Jason




TMC 3 A

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter

Tony




DRH 2 B

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter




TMC Port B

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan




Jack Hughston B

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie




TMC Afternoon B

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura

Wendy

Lauren

Sharon




TMC IVP A

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura

Wendy

Lauren




TMC 1 A

Tony

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura

Wendy




DRH 1 B

Hunter

Tony

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen

Laura




TMC OR A

Chan

Hunter

Tony

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth

Karen




TMC Afternoon* B

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter

Tony

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac

Elizabeth




DRH Gen B

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter

Tony

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley

Mac




TMC 2 A

Lauren

Sharon

Stephanie

Chan

Hunter

Tony

Jason

Stacy

Stepheny

Ashley




*Afternoon student hours: Mon and Wed 4:00 – 7:00; Tues, Thurs, Fri. 1:30-7:00. If you have SPC 191 on M & W your hours for M & W will be 9:00AM – 12:00.

*Lab for RAD 106 Procedures is on Wednesday:

Group A = 12:30

Group B = 2:00


Holiday: May 26 - Memorial Day

This schedule allows the student to complete the quantity of radiographic exams in accordance with the JRCERT Standards. In each of the following clinical assignments, a Registered Radiographer shall be on the premises in the vicinity of the radiographic area and available for immediate assistance to the student, once the student has been deemed proficient in exams performed in those areas. Specialty areas, such as Radiation Therapy, Phlebotomy, and Cardiac Cath Lab are also scheduled to provide the opportunity to observe and expand the knowledge of the student.



Below is a sample schedule of planned assignments of students in the last semester of the program..

RADT 2360 Clinical Radiology

Spring Semester


Clinical Assignment

Mon

Tues

Wed

Thru

Fri

Sat

Sun

7-9

7-16

7-23

7-30

8-6

8-13

8-20

8-27

9-3 *

9-10

TMC Rad Therapy **

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

Off




7:30-3:00

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

Ron

Allicia

TMC – Phlebotomy

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

Ron

TMC Afternoon

1:00-7:00

4:00-7:00

1:00-7:00

4:00-7:00

1:00-7:00







Larry

Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

TMC CT

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Allicia

Larry

Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

DRSH. 1

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Ron

Allicia

Larry

Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

HSMH 1&2

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Chris

Ron

Allicia

Larry

Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

TMC 2

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Lindsay

Chris

Ron

Allicia

Larry

Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Cardiac Cath Lab SF **


7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

Off

7:30-3:00




Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

Ron

Allicia

Larry

Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Sandy

TMC OR

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

Ron

Allicia

Larry

Tessa

Ashley

AJ

Summit

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

Ron

Allicia

Larry

Tessa

Ashley

DRSH 2

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

Ron

Allicia

Larry

Tessa

HSMH OR

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00

7:30-12:00

7:30-3:00







AJ

Sandy

Ellen

Teresa

Nancy

Lindsay

Chris

Ron

Allicia

Larry

Holiday: Memorial Day, May 31st

SPECIALTY AND ELECTIVE CLINICAL ASSIGNMENTS
Students are assigned to special imaging modalities and other radiology related areas on a limited basis. This is done as a means of providing the students an opportunity to observe, assist and broaden their knowledge of the ever-expanding field of Radiologic Technology.
Special Imaging Modalities include Computerized Tomography, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Cardiology, and Radiation Therapy. In accordance with the Standards for an Accredited Educational Program in Radiologic Sciences:

  • “Student awareness and experience in state of the art imaging modalities should be assured.”

  • Opportunities for elective rotations may be provided in areas such as specialized imaging, radiation oncology, nuclear medicine, and medical ultrasound.”

As with all other radiographic assignments, performance objectives are written for each of these areas and students are evaluated on their cognitive, psychomotor and affective behaviors in each of those assignments as they observe and assist in these specialty areas.


Students are also required to be under the direct supervision of qualified staff personnel while in their assigned areas.
By allowing a student to rotate through these specialty areas, the program may assist students in determining their desire to enter such areas in the future and thereby begin the process of applying to other specialty schools.
Rotations in each of these areas are permitted for one week at some point in training. One week of “elective” rotation may be permitted during the student’s last semester of enrollment. The student is asked to notify the Program Director of his/her choice for special rotation, keeping in mind their job placement upon graduation. The Clinical Coordinator will then inform each specialty area when a student will begin rotating through the area. Evaluation of the student’s performance will take place at the end of the week. These evaluations are graded in the same way as all other evaluations. Grades are recorded and the student then reviews the evaluation forms and returns them to the faculty.


CLINICAL INSERVICE GRAND ROUNDS – 1ST YEAR

(Part of lab activities for RADT 1010)


PURPOSE: To integrate the didactic and clinical divisions of the Program.

To instruct on site the equipment operation and set-up procedures for appropriate exams.


COORDINATED BY: Program Director & Clinical Coordinator
INSTRUCTORS: Faculty members, Registered Staff Radiographers, Guest Instructors as appropriate.
PLACE: Radiology Department at Midtown Medical Center
TIME: First Semester for new students.
TOPICS OF PRESENTATIONS:

  1. General Hospital Tour

  2. Radiology Department Tour

  3. Patient Care Moving/Transport

  4. Surgical Suite Orientation

  5. Equipment Orientation

  6. Image Processing

  7. Processor operation/Digital processing

  8. Film filing/record keeping

  9. Film Quality/evaluation-multiple sessions

  10. Fluoroscopy room set-up

  11. Equipment/attire radiation protection

  12. Trauma Radiology

  13. Visit Clinical Affiliates for tour at appropriate time

The following sessions are a part of Radiographic Procedures classes:




  1. Film quality/evaluation – multiple sessions on this topic

  2. Operation of C-arm/mobile fluoro equipment

  3. CT and MRI

  4. Angiography Suite

  5. Cardiology

  6. Pathology Department

  7. Automatic Exposure Control

  8. Radiation Therapy

  9. Quality Assurance




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