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Radiologic Technology

RADI 2293

Clinical Experience IV

This course is conducted within the healthcare facilities at West Virginia University Hospital or United Hospital Center and their affiliates and offers students comprehensive clinical education in Radiography. The course consists of weekly or biweekly clinical rotations (depending on site) in equivalent clinical areas as those assigned in Level III with additional rotations in Cardiac Cath. and Mammography. Students are expected to function under indirect supervision, when applicable, while completing all Level IV clinical competencies and requirements.

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RADI 2292

Clinical Experience III

This course is conducted within the healthcare facilities at West Virginia University Hospital or United Hospital Center and their affiliates and offers students comprehensive clinical education in Radiography. The course consists of weekly or biweekly clinical rotations (depending on site) through the equivalent clinical areas assigned in Level II with additional rotations in the Operating Room, Radiation Therapy, Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound & MRI.

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RADI 2291

Clinical Experience II

This course is conducted within the healthcare facilities at West Virginia University Hospital or United Hospital Center and their affiliates and offers students comprehensive clinical education in Radiography. The course consists of weekly or biweekly clinical rotations (depending on site) through clinical areas which include routine skeletal, mobile, trauma, evening, fluoroscopic, computerized tomography, and interventional imaging. Students are expected to function under indirect supervision, when applicable, while completing all Level II clinical competencies and requirements.

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RADI 2290

Clinical Experience I

This course is conducted within the healthcare facilities at West Virginia University Hospital or United Hospital Center and their affiliates and offers students comprehensive clinical education in Radiography. The course consists of weekly or biweekly clinical rotations (depending on site) through various sections of the imaging department. The course is designed to introduce students to the imaging environment and direct patient care. Students will primarily function under direct supervision while completing all Level I clinical competencies and requirements. 414 clock hours.

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RADI 2288

Senior Research

The course is designed to engage the student in the basics concepts, strategies and methodologies of conducting research in the imaging sciences. Through the use of various informational and data mechanisms, the student will conduct research on a particular topic primarily related to the healthcare industry and/or the imaging profession. Student projects will be presented at the annual WVSRT conference.16 clock hours.

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RADI 2284

Radiography Seminar (Registry Review)

This course is a review of the radiologic technology curriculum aimed at preparing the student for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists examination. Professional, organizational, and current health care issues are also explored via lecture/discussion. 48 clock hours.

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RADI 2260

Image Analysis & Evaluation

This course instructs students in the evaluation of diagnostic images for the purpose of assessing technique, positioning, and other pertinent technical qualities; facilitates remediation of student technical difficulties in obtaining high quality images. 48 clock hours.

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RADI 2240

Radiation Protection & Radiobiology

This course is an in-depth theoretical study of the nature of radiation and its potential short and long term effects on the human organism and a comprehensive study on the concept of dose limitation and radiation protection. 48 clock hours.

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