RADT 120 - Clinical Radiology II
Provides the inexperienced first year radiologic technology student with the introductory clinical instruction essential to the actual practice of radiography. Students attend an assigned clinical affiliate to observe and participate in the completion of radiographic exams on actual patients under the direct/indirect supervision of a professional radiographer. In this competency-based program students are assessed in their compliance with radiation safety and their performance of radiographic examinations in the areas of general radiography, fluoroscopy, and portable radiography. The student must complete 240 clinical hours to successfully complete this course. PREREQUISITE(S): RADT 119 or consent of program coordinator. COREQUISITE(S): RADT 101 and RADT 111 . 240 Hours. Formerly RT 120.
2 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Exhibit appropriate professional conduct in a clinical setting.
- Develop appropriate patient care, communication and customer service skills with all related interpersonal relationships.
- Demonstrate safe clinical practices and patient safety.
- Demonstrate an effective routine for performing radiographic examinations.
- Apply radiation protection methods, as indicated, for specific radiographic procedures.
- Exhibit competence under direct supervision on all applicable radiographic examinations with a minimum of 90 percent accuracy based on essential criteria.
- Demonstrate awareness of effective use of technical settings and manipulation of equipment to produce an optimum quality radiograph.
- Evaluate radiographs for optimum image quality and anatomy.
- Develop critical thinking skills applicable to in clinical situations.
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