Clinical Practice 2

RADI 132
2.75 CR

The student will participate in clinical education two days a week in the imaging department of an affiliating hospital. Under the direct supervision of a radiologic technologist and/or physician, it is expected the student will learn and achieve competency on the more advanced radiologic exams and procedures such as those of the spine and skull, those requiring contrast media enhancement, and those performed via mobile imaging methods. Emphasis will be placed on patient safety and comfort while professional values, attitudes, and behaviors are facilitated. Lab Fee

Prerequisites: admission to the Radiography Program; and a "C" in RADI 120, 121 and 122