The All Around Impactful Radiology Leader - Module 4
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AHEC Home Study Guidelines
Link to this online CE activity will be delivered via email.
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Login for course material, take the post test (at your convenience), and receive certificate online immediately after successful completion of test.
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A passing grade is 75% or higher – the program will notify you if you have not passed with a 75% or higher and you have three chances to pass.
To access/print your certificate you will need to click the title of the course under the “Certificate of Completion” section below the course material and “Take Test” section.
Radiation Safety Practices
The Radiologic Technologists Role in Patient Education
Radiation Safety Programs and Inspections
The Human Connection
Define ionizing radiation.
Discuss the production of ionizing radiation.
Identify the goals of radiation protection.
Define patient education.
Evaluate the radiologic technologists’ role in patient education as related to the standards set by various agencies.
Determine challenges in communication and patient education.
Summarize radiation safety program requirements.
Identify regulatory organizations.
Review regulations and required records.
Define employee relations, engagement, and motivation.
Discuss employee engagement activities.
Identify basic employee motivation principles and approaches.