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  • Educational Symposium and Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting Update

    With COVID-19 continuing to circulate in communities throughout the country and ongoing preventive measures still encouraged by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Society of Radiologic Technologists has made the decision to hold the 2021 Educational Symposium and Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting, June 17-20, as a virtual event.

    This was not an easy decision as the ASRT Board of Directors and staff were looking forward to hosting delegates, speakers, members and distinguished guests in Reno, Nevada, this summer. The Board and staff carefully investigated a variety of options to host the meeting; however, with ongoing obstacles to travel, social distancing, crowd avoidance directives, and ASRT’s desire to keep attendees and staff safe, an in-person meeting is not possible this year.

    ASRT is currently planning to host a one-day Educational Symposium and full annual governance meeting. Using an online meeting platform, the Society is working to ensure that delegates and staff successfully complete the business of the House of Delegates, honor ASRT’s 2020 and 2021 Fellows and Life Members and host the installation of officers’ event to seat the 2021-2022 ASRT Board of Directors.

    The Educational Symposium on June 17 will feature six courses presented by some of the premier experts in the radiologic technology profession. Here’s a sample of the topics: ASRT’s 100-year history presented by ASRT CEO and Executive Director Sal Martino, Ed.D., R.T.(R), FASAE, FASRT, CAE; an update on patient shielding presented by ASRT Board members Daniel DeMaio, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(CT), Kristi G. Moore, Ph.D., R.T.(R)(CT), and Brandon A. Smith, M.B.A., M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)(VI), CIIP; and an overview of best practices in digital radiography presented by Donna L. Long, M.S.M., R.T.(R)(M)(QM), FASRT. You won’t want to miss it!

    Thank you ASRT members, for your time and patience as the Society pivots toward planning for a successful virtual meeting. The ASRT Board and staff are grateful for your commitment to ASRT and the profession. ASRT will provide more information about the virtual Symposium and annual meeting as it becomes available.

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  • Daniel DeMaio, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(CT) 

    Daniel N. DeMaio, M.Ed., R.T.(R)(CT)

    Daniel N. DeMaio, vice speaker of the House of Delegates on the ASRT Board, has been a radiologic technologist and medical imaging educator for more than 30 years. He is an associate professor and director of the Radiologic Technology Program for the University of Hartford in Connecticut. His area of clinical specialty is computed tomography, and he has lectured nationally on radiation safety issues and the physics and instrumentation of CT imaging. Dan is the author of Mosby’s Exam Review for Computed Tomography, a leading resource for technologists preparing for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists exam in CT. In addition, Dan is active in the profession at the state and national levels. He served two terms as president of the Connecticut state affiliate and has served the Society in numerous roles on numerous committees including the Practice Standards Council, the Bylaws Committee, the Commission and the Board of Directors.


    Radiographic Shielding: An Update for 2021

  • Donna Thaler Long MSM R.T.(R)(M)(QM) FASRT 

    Donna L. Long, M.S.M., R.T.(R)(M)(QM), FASRT

    Donna Long is director of Health Sciences Education for Indiana University Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She was program director for the Ball State University/IU Health Radiography program for more than 20 years and staff radiographer at Hendricks Regional Health in Danville, Indiana. Donna earned an associate degree in radiography, bachelor’s degree in health services management and a master’s degree in management. She is registered in radiography, mammography and quality management and has worked in a variety of positions in her career. Donna is active in the Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, where she has served on numerous committees, including the Board of Directors. She currently serves as the ASRT representative for the U.S. on the International Society of Radiographers and Radiological Technologists Council. Donna, an ISRT and ASRT Life Member, has lectured at numerous local, state, regional, national and international conferences during her career.


    Best Practices in Digital Radiography: 2021 Update

  • Sal Martino 

    Sal Martino, Ed.D., R.T.(R), FASRT, FASAE, CAE

    Dr. Martino is chief executive officer and executive director of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the world’s largest medical imaging and radiation therapy association with more than 157,000 members. Dr. Martino joined ASRT in 1999 after a 20-year career in academia at the City University of New York. Born and raised in Brooklyn, with a doctorate in higher education from Columbia University, Dr. Martino is a Fellow of the ASRT and the American Society of Association Executives and a former chair of the ASAE Board of Directors. He also serves as chief executive officer of the ASRT Foundation, spent eight years on the Board of Trustees for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists and is a published author and researcher who has lectured extensively in the United States and abroad.


    ASRT: The First 100 Years

  • Kristi Moore 

    Kristi G. Moore, Ph.D., R.T.(R)(CT)

    Dr. Kristi Moore, ASRT Board president-elect, is chair and director of the Department of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences and professor of Radiologic Sciences for the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s School of Health Related Professions. She oversees six programs including bachelor of science degrees in radiologic sciences, histotechnology and medical laboratory science, and master of science degrees in magnetic resonance imaging and nuclear medicine technology. In her 18 years as an educator, Dr. Moore has remained active in state and national professional societies. For the Mississippi Society of Radiologic Technologists, she served as chairman of the board, president, vice president, executive secretary, website administrator, editor of The BEAM, secretary, education committee chair and student liaison. On the national level, Dr. Moore served as an ASRT education chapter delegate before being elected to the Board, where she served as secretary and vice president before assuming her president-elect position.


    Radiographic Shielding: An Update for 2021

  • Ann Obergfell 

    Ann M. Obergfell, J.D., R.T.(R), FASRT

    Ann M. Obergfell is associate vice chancellor and professor for Indiana University Fort Wayne. Before joining Fort Wayne, Ann served in administrative and faculty positions at St. Catharine College and the University of Louisville. She earned an associate degree in radiologic sciences from Indiana University Fort Wayne, a bachelor’s degree in health sciences management from Indiana University Indianapolis, and a juris doctorate from the University of Louisville. Ann is a member of several professional associations, including American Society of Radiologic Technologists, Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences and the Indiana Society of Radiologic Technologists. She chaired the ASRT Practice Standards development committee, served on the ASRT Practice Standards Advisory Council and served as past president and board member of the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists Board of Trustees. Ann speaks at the local, state and national levels on the subjects of law, ethics and practice standards in medical imaging.


    Legal Implications in the Practice of Radiologic Science

  • Brandon Smith 

    Brandon A. Smith, MBA, M.S.R.S., R.T.(R)(VI), CIIP

    Brandon A. Smith, ASRT Board treasurer, is a radiology applications trainer for GE Healthcare, Education Services, throughout the United States and Canada. In this role, he champions project implementation and promotes end user readiness. A native of Texas, Brandon has been a registered and licensed medical imaging professional for about 10 years. He is American Registry of Radiologic Technologists-certified in radiography and vascular interventional and an American Board of Imaging Informatics-designated imaging informatics professional. An enthusiastic advocate on various levels, Brandon has served the Texas Society of Radiologic Technologists board, local Southeast Texas professional organizations and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists. He holds a master of business administration in healthcare management and a master of science in radiologic sciences administration.


    Radiographic Shielding: An Update for 2021

  • Ryan Smith 

    Ryan J. Smith, D.H.Sc., CNMT

    Dr. Ryan Smith is an associate professor for the University of Findlay, Nuclear Medicine Institute, in Findlay, Ohio, and a board-certified nuclear medicine technologist. He received his bachelor of science degree in nuclear medicine technology and his master of business administration degree from the University of Findlay, and his doctor of Health Science from Nova Southeastern University. He has served the American Society of Radiologic Technologists in several capacities including Nuclear Medicine Chapter chair and delegate, Commission chair, and Committee on RT Advocacy’s Region VI Subcommittee chair. Dr. Smith is a longtime JRCNMT site visitor, has served on the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists Board of Directors and is active in the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging. He has written articles for Radiologic Technology, given ASRT Live Recorded presentations and webinars and presented at the ASRT Educational Symposium and the Radiation Therapy conference on various nuclear medicine topics.


    Nuclear Medicine Technology: Basic Concepts and Theory

  • Kori Stewart 

    Kori Stewart, Ph.D., R.T.(R)(CT), CIIP

    Dr. Stewart has been a dedicated educator and technologist since 2009 and holds certifications in general radiography, computed tomography and imaging informatics. She is the clinical director for the computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound certificate programs and clinical associate professor for the University of Hartford in West Hartford, Connecticut. In addition to her doctorate in biomedical informatics from Rutgers University, Dr. Stewart earned a bachelor of science degree in diagnostic imaging and master of health science degree in medical laboratory sciences from Quinnipiac University. She has published numerous peer-reviewed articles, is a contributor of one textbook, and has presented nationally on various medical imaging topics. Dr. Stewart also is an active member of several professional organizations including the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, Connecticut Society of Radiologic Technologists, Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine, American Board of Imaging Informatics and Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences.


    An Update for 2021: Informatics and Patient-centered Care