Radiography Practicum III
Clinical radiography experience that continues to apply radiographic theory and technical applications. Clinical learning experiences enable student to acquire expertise and proficiency in a variety of diagnostic radiographic procedures and techniques, including radiation protection applications, quality assurance, interventional and special radiographic examinations. An understanding of anatomy and physiology and radiographic positioning is required at specified levels of competency. A minimum of 15 hours in the clinic environment per week is required. Student must have current CPR certification. 1 Credit (0 Lecture - 5 Practicum) Prerequisite(s): RAD201. Corequisite(s): RAD220 and RAD221 and RAD227 and RAD228 or RAD220 and RAD221 and RAD223 and RAD227. Transportation will be the responsibility of the student. Fall Only.