MRI Prep and Exam Review (Live Event)

MRI Prep and Exam Review (Live Event)
Course ID: MRIPrepandReview-2704-167
Event Location:Advanced Health Education Center, 8502 Tybor Drive, Houston, Texas, USA, 77074
Credit: 16 Credits Category A Indirect
Date: 07/14/2018 09:00 am - 07/15/2018 04:30 pm
Instructor : Gregory Wheeler , BS, RT(R)(MR)
Price: $389.00
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Register early and save! Please register early and reserve your place by providing payment to avoid an additional $25 fee required for registrations given within two (2) weeks of the course.

**DISCLAIMER: This course begins at 9am CST and will conclude at 4:30pm CST.

*This live, instructor-directed course meets the Texas Medical Board requirements for all registered Medical Radiologic Technologists to obtain at least 3 hours of instructor-directed continuing education. Please refer to the TMB website for more information at this LINK

*This event is also available as a live simulcast. Attend for live, instructor led credits from the comfort of your home! Click this link to register for the live simulcast: LINK.

Course Topics

  • Patient Care and Safety
  • Physical Principles of Imaging Information
  • Fundamentals
  • Spatial Localization
  • Artifacts
  • Imaging Procedures Part 1
  • Tissue Characteristics and Contrast Indications
  • Imaging Procedures Part 2
  • Data Acquisition
  • Data Manipulation
  • Sequence Parameters and Options
  • Sequence Parameters Protocol Selection

ARRT Structured Education Requirements

Beginning January 1, 2016, candidates for post-primary certification and registration are required to document completion of structured education related to the content specifications.

Educational activities must meet the following requirements:

  • the educational activities must be distributed among current ARRT content specifications for this discipline;
  • the total number of hours must equal at least 16; and
  • at least one hour of structured education  must be related to each of the following content areas:
  1. Patient Care and Safety
  2. Imaging Procedures
  3. Physics and Instrumentation

The verbage above is pulled directly from the ARRT's Structured Education and Clinical Experience Requirements. The course includes the current ARRT content specifications for MRI and includes at least one hour of structured education in patient care and safety, imaging procedures, and physics and instrumentation.

Start Time Based on Time Zone:

  • 10:00 AM Eastern
  • 9:00 AM  Central
  • 8:00 AM  Mountain
  • 7:00 AM  Pacific
  • 6:00 AM  Alaska
  • 5:00 AM  Hawaii

You must watch the entire webinar session. If you log in 15 minutes after the webinar has started, you will not be issued a certificate. The system we use monitors interactivity and will provide us with a report.

AHEC Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • Cancellations received within two weeks of the program are not eligible for a refund and will receive a tuition credit toward a future AHEC course or home study. No refunds will be made after the course starts/occurs.
  • AHEC reserves the right to cancel a course if the minimum number of attendees is not met. Customers are eligible for a full refund if AHEC cancels a course. AHEC is not responsible for travel costs incurred by attendees, including non-refundable airline tickets.
  • Simulcast attendees that cannot log in due to technical difficulties beyond their control may be eligible for a refund, but must contact AHEC on the day of the simulcast before the conclusion of the course. There are no refunds for webinars.

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This program provides 16 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.
Gregory Wheeler , BS, RT(R)(MR)

Gregory Wheeler, BS, RT(R)(MR), is an internationally known lecturer in MRI and medical imaging education. He received an AS in Radiologic Technology and BS in biology from the University of Michigan. He began his magnetic imaging experience in 1983. His professional experience ranges from MRI application specialist for a major medical system to clinical education manager. The past five years Gregory has worked in the private sector as consultant and business development manager for Image Enhancement Systems. He recently accepted a position as the MRI Director at Asheville MRI in Asheville, North Carolina. He is the primary author of Lippincott's Magnetic Resonance Imaging Review published in 1996 and author of a chapter on Image Artifacts and MRI Safety in MRI for Technologists.