** This CE activity is a video presenation on USB Flash Drive and post test with multiple choice questions.
AHEC faculty Lesa Mohr, RT(R)(QM)(BD) is back for Part II-Modules 5-8 of the Bone Densitometry Principles and Procedures video series. The Part II modules may act as a continuation of Part I, or you may take this module separately.
You will begin with Module 5 in a look at the responsibilities for protocols and procedures for the MD and the technologist, along with guidance in creating a bone density questionnaire that is beneficial to the interpreting physician. Module 6 will show you an overview of all the common diagnostic methods of measuring bone mass, with an emphasis on DXA. You will surely improve your quality management with Module 7’s discussion and explanation of precision testing and quality control for DXA. Module 8 provides a thorough positioning lesson on acquiring and analyzing routine DXA procedures with image evaluations.
**$15 processing fee if AHEC prints the home study material
AHEC Home Study Guidelines:
We are going green! All mail home studies are now sent out on USB/Flash drives that you will need to plug into a computer.
All needed course materials, posttests, and answer sheets are available on the USB/Flash drive. For further instructions, please open the “Cover Page and Copyright” PDF in the folder for the specific home study.
If you purchased multiple home studies you may receive all materials on one USB/Flash drive, or multiple in the same mailing package.
Print the answer sheet page, fill in your answers and you can fax it back to us at 713.772.0155 or mail it back to AHEC, 8502 Tybor Drive, Houston, TX 77074.
Passing grade is 75% or higher. AHEC will notify you only if you do not pass the test. You have three chances to take the test and receive a 75% or higher.
The grading process takes 1-2 business days and the USB is yours to keep.
Approval expires on 07/31/2018
Lesa Mohr BSRS, RT(R)(QM)(BD)
Lesa Mohr is the Vice President of Educational Services and Special Projects for the Advanced Health Education Center. Lesa joined AHEC in 2009 as a full time member of the team. She originally began with our company as a project manager and faculty back in 1995 and ran various educational and government programs for six years. Lesa was Quality Control Supervisor at Methodist Hospital, and later the Assistant Director at St. Luke's and Texas Children's Hospitals. Lesa has extensive background experience in clinical quality control, quality management, and bone densitometry.