Posts Tagged "radiology"

Radiography and the Role of Social Media

  Sep 5th, 2019   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/radiography-and-the-role-of-social-media Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, Twitter … what is the role of social media in radiography professional practice? Are there pros and cons? Jason Hernandez, founder of Your X-Ray Tech, explains the ins and outs, good and bad of using social media in the radiation sciences. https://www.yourxraytech.com A study guide for […]

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The History of Healthcare

  Jun 5th, 2019   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/the-history-of-healthcare/ How did we get here and how was the road to modern-day healthcare paved? From the early settlers to the innovations of the future, Dr. Steve Goetsch starts from the beginning with interesting and entertaining stories. He gives us brilliant insight on medicine during the Great Wars and tells […]

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All Things Interventional Radiology

  May 22nd, 2019   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/all-things-interventional-radiology/ Dr. Amrit Hansra taught me so much in this latest episode. We talk about interventional radiology and all of the things that can be accomplished via this modality. From trauma patients to cancer patients, it seems that there is a role for interventional radiology. I am certain that you […]

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Understanding and Appreciating SGRT

  Apr 28th, 2019   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit)   TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/understanding-and-appreciating-sgrt/ What is Surface Guided Radiation Therapy? How does it work and how does it impact patient treatments? On this episode of Rad-Cast, we talk to Dawn Wyatt from Vision RT and she tells us all the ins and outs of surface guided radiation therapy; she will explain to […]

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Dosimetry: Past, Present, & Future

  Feb 20th, 2019   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/dosimetry-past-present-future On this episode of Rad-Cast, we welcome Isaac Valdez. Isaac is a certified medical dosimetrist with a background in applied mathematics from the University of Houston-Downtown. He trained as a medical dosimetrist at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center – School of Health Professions from 2015 […]

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Banishing Burnout: For Employees, Departments, and our Profession (Free CE!)

  Jan 9th, 2019   -     1.0 CE Credit   -  

(1.0 CE Credit) TAKE THE FREE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/banishing-burnout-for-employees-departments-and-our-profession On this Rad-Cast episode, we are talking to Dr Gina Passmore about a topic that I am very passionate about and one that deserves a much needed conversation. We are going to discuss workplace stress, burnout, and the implications for provider and patient safety. The learning objectives […]

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MRI Anxiety: Helping Patients Cope

  Nov 27th, 2018   -     Podcast   -  

On today’s “teaser” episode, we will look at some answers to the following questions … Get Ready! The whole MRI: Patient Anxiety show is coming up soon! What is MRI and how is it different than other modalities? What type of patient requires an MRI? What things are you looking for? What is the process […]

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PET, CT, MRI: Oh My!

  Sep 23rd, 2018   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/pet-ct-mri-oh-my Multimodality imaging such as computed tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and positron emission tomography (PET) plays an important role in accurately identifying both normal tissues and those that have become diseased. CT images are generally used for diagnosis, evaluation, and radiation therapy treatment planning. However, MRI images […]

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Real Talk about Professionalism and Ethics

  Aug 12th, 2018   -     0.5 CE Credit   -  

(0.5 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/real-talk-about-professionalism-and-ethics A recent article described a person’s work ethic as a representation of his or her character. A strong work ethic suggests that the person places a high value on doing a good job, as well as respecting others and functioning with integrity. Professionalism is a component of the […]

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ARRT CQR: Do I Really Have to Re-Take My Exam?

  Jul 11th, 2018   -     1.0 CE Credit   -  

(1.0 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/arrt-cqr-do-i-really-have-to-re-take-my-exam On their website, the ARRT explains that in today’s healthcare environment, patients demand high quality care and accountability from their health care providers—so it’s important for medical professionals to routinely assess their knowledge and skills. By doing so, they become better prepared to meet changing standards. That’s why […]

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