Radiography Practicum I


Clinical application of radiographic theory, providing opportunities to acquire expertise and proficiency at specified levels of competency in a variety of diagnostic radiographic procedures, digital equipment applications, basic radiation protection standards, various radiographic equipment, and anatomy and physiology and radiographic positioning. Integrates knowledge of patient care, management and medical ethics into daily radiographic practice. The student will complete approximately 180 hours of clinic during this course. Transportation is the responsibility of the student. Student must have current CPR certification. Fall Only.

1 Credit: 0 Lecture, 3 Clinical

RAD108, RAD109