The Radiologic Technology Program at Arkansas State University exists to produce competent entry-level radiologic technologists for the practice of radiologic technology .
1. Students will be clinically competent.
a. Students will provide appropriate patient care
b. Students will be able to perform practice proper radiation safety
c. Students will be able to produce and critique radiographs for quality
d. Students will express satisfaction with educational experience
e. Employers will express satisfaction with graduates
2. Students will demonstrate acceptable problem solving skills.
a. Students will be able to identify a medical emergency
b. Students will be able to adapt standard radiographic practices to
varying clinical situations
c. Students will be able to recommend corrective action for sub-optimal
3. Students will communicate effectively with peers, medical staff, and patients.
a. Students will be able to explain radiologic procedures
b. Students will be able to obtain accurate patient history or assessment
c. Students will be able to prepare written critiques of radiographs
4. Students will demonstrate professional behavior and attitudes.
a. Students will demonstrate professional appearance and conduct
b. Students will demonstrate assumed clinical duties and assignments
c. Students will be able to write a summary plan of professional
d. Students will demonstrate appropriate punctuality and reliability in
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