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Pod | So you want to be a Nuclear Cardiology Technologist… What you need to know and what to study- (1.0 CE Credit) | COURSE DESCRIPTION This online presentation explores the steps needed to successfully sit for and pass the Nuclear Cardiac Technologist (NCT) Exam. The course reviews the subject matter that needs to be reviewed as well as explains the top suggestions that can help the NM Technologist prepare for and sit for the […]
Turner Talks with Cheryl Turner and guests Dusty York and Dr. Richard Fleming Discuss the Quantification Methods – Part 2- Part 2 | A continuation of last week’s Talk. | This discussion is about the ideas and theories of Dr. Richard Fleming regarding the need for quantification in nuclear imaging. The group will talk about the differences between qualitative vs quantitative results and how this impacts patient diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Fleming will explain the […]
Turner Talks with Cheryl Turner and guests Dusty York and Dr. Richard Fleming Discuss the Quantification Methods- (1.0 CE Credit) | This discussion is about the ideas and theories of Dr. Richard Fleming regarding the need for quantification in nuclear imaging. The group will talk about the differences between qualitative vs quantitative results and how this impacts patient diagnosis and treatment. Dr. Fleming will explain the sophistication of nuclear imaging, while discussing the […]
Education, Credentialing, and Licensure for Imaging Professionals- On this episode of Turner Talks, we will be discussing licensure and certification in the radiation sciences. Learn about professional recognition and specialty licensure, including the details on state licensure. What are the implications of varying requirements on those professionals that work as traveling technologists or therapists or for students looking for jobs in different […]
Radiation Safety Protocols for Fluoroscopy: What are X-Rays?- (1.0 CE Credit) X-rays have revolutionized medicine and enabled us to diagnose and help patients that would not have been possible without them. X-rays can cause acute harm, cancer and birth defects if not administered correctly and that is why practitioners must understand and manage patient dose and scattered radiation to insure overall safety. In […]