Summer Practicum II

RAD298

Final clinical experience, providing opportunities to achieve final competency and proficiency in radiographic procedures, including mobile and surgical equipment manipulation and technique application, as well as in a variety of radiographic examinations encountered in prior semesters. Additionally, opportunities exist to apply MRI, CT, and cross-sectional anatomy applications and techniques. Focus on demonstrating "affective domain competency" by integrating problem-solving scenarios and/or actual clinical experiences in areas such as patient needs, non-traditional patients, stress-related patient reactions, and professional criticism as it applies to the employer/employee work relationship. In order to meet competency requirements, students will spend approximately 450 hours in the clinic environment. Students must have current CPR certification. Transportation will be the responsibility of the student. Summer Only.

2 Credits: 0 Lecture, 6 Clinical

Prerequisites:
RAD251