This course is designed to meet the California Department of Public Health Radiologic Health Branch new 2013 CE licensure renewal rules for you, the Certified Radiologic Technologists (CRTs). The state rules that four of the 24 required hours obtained must be about digital radiography within the two years immediately preceding the expiration of your permit. CRT’s and PA’s with a fluoroscopic permit are also required to obtain four hours of radiation safety for the clinical uses of fluoroscopy. Join us in this 8 hour day that covers both new CE requirements!
- Visual Physiology
- Image Intensifiers & Flat Panel Detectors
- Image Quality
- Automatic Brightness Stabilizers
- Recording Systems
- Fluoroscopy Options
- The Fluoroscopy Exam
- Pediatric Fluoroscopy
- Biologic Effects
- QC Regulations
- Introduction to Digital Imaging – CR/DR
- Physics of Digital Imaging
- DR & CR Image Capture, Extraction, and Processing
- Image Evaluation
- Troubleshooting Acquisition Errors
- Artifacts in Digital Imaging
Online and phone registrations for live events close 1 hour before the event start time, which is in Central Standard Time (CST). Please give us a call at 1-800-239-1361 for all online registrations placed for webinars that will take place the same day in order to ensure you get your link to view the course.
This program provides 8 hours of AHRA Category A continuing education credit for radiologic technologists recognized by the ARRT and various licensure states. You must attend the entire program to receive your certificate of completion.
Michael Zetina , RT(R)(CT)
Michael Zetina, MHI, RT(R)(CT) received his Master Degree in Health Informatic at Purdue. Michael has been a Radiology Instructor at Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science and Brightwood College that was formerly Kaplan College. He has been teaching radiation safety, CT and many other radiology courses for over a decade and has over 20 years of experience as a radiographer with an emphasis in cardiac research. His educational focus is clinical informatics with an interest in radiomic research. Radiomics is a method of extracting features from medical images using data algorithms to potentially uncover disease characteristics that fail to be seen by the naked eye.