Special Needs of Geriatric Patients
Identifies the developmental stages, physical and psychological needs and appropriate interventions specific to geriatric patients.
Special Needs of the Pediatric Patient
Provides information on the childhood physical, cognitive, language and social developments to improve efficiency and safety for pediatric patients.
Special Needs of Patients with Disabilities
Explains tools for interacting with patients with disabilities to make communication more effective and comfortable for both the caregiver and patient.
Special Needs of Patients Bundle
Learn how to interact with and care for geriatric, pediatric and disabled patients. This continuing education bundle combines all three courses in one convenient
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Imaging Geriatric Patients
Provides essential information about the
geriatric patient, describes the aging process
and defines the radiographer's role in elder care.
Imaging Pediatric Patients
Examines pediatric radiography and immobilization methods, the importance of age-specific communication skills, the ALARA principle and the "Image Gently" campaign.
Linguistic and Cultural Competency
Covers the national health policy regarding cultural and linguistic competencies, the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services standards and how to respond to challenging situations.
The Impact of Obesity on Imaging
Discusses the current obesity epidemic and the safety considerations for and practical approaches to transferring, positioning and scanning obese patients.
This course covers the importance of making patient satisfaction a priority by focusing on the
patient’s psychological and emotional needs.
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