• Webcast

    'Patient Safety and Digital Imaging:
    What You Don't Remember Can Hurt You and Others'

    Saturday, Feb. 24, 10 a.m. Central time
    1 CE credit

ASRT Live webcasts qualify as instructor-led CE for the state of Texas

  • What You'll Learn

    Advances in digital imaging have led to less control of image technique by technologists and more control of technical factors by computers. While the initial conclusion may be that the images are of higher quality and more efficient with regard to diagnostics, there are implications relating to patient safety that should be considered. This presentation will examine factors of computed and digital radiography that may have an impact on patient safety, and will offer techniques to prevent safety errors.


    Objectives

    • Differentiate between computed and digital radiography.
    • Evaluate the effects of various technical factors on patient exposure.
    • Apply techniques to avoid exposure errors.
    Beth Veale

    Beth L. Vealé, Ph.D., R.T.(R)(QM)

    Director of Interdisciplinary Education and Professor, College of Health Sciences and Human Services
    Midwestern State University

  • Registration Is Closed

  • Reasons To Register

    Live, instructor-led webcasts on relevant topics.

    Interact with the instructor and ask questions during the webcast.

    Earn CE upon the completion of the one-hour webcast and a brief survey.

    Watch and listen from your computer or smartphone.

    No post-test required to earn CE for the live webcast.

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