On-demand program: “Developments in Pediatric Imaging: Best Practices in Dose, Comfort & Safety”
Attendees will learn to:
- Evaluate the readiness of a radiology department to better serve the pediatric
- Make sound decisions when considering the acquisition of new technologies that
are indicated for use with pediatric patients.
- Develop a strategy to use the appropriate dose for pediatric patients while
optimizing diagnostic quality.
- Correlate the recent advances in exposure surveillance and DR technologies to the
improvements in pediatric patient comfort, safety and imaging outcomes
Steven Don, M.D. | Associate Professor of Radiology | Mallincrodt Institute of Radiology | Washington University School of Medicine
Robert MacDougall, M.Sc. | AAPM Task Group 252 Chair | Boston Children’s Hospital
Gregg R. Cretella | National Manager, Image Quality | FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
Target Audience: This program is intended for Radiologic Technologists, Radiology Administrators and related Imaging Professionals
Continuing education information:
- One ARRT Category A CE Credit | Radiology Technologists | This course meets all criteria and has been approved by AHRA: The Association for Medical Imaging Management for 1 Category A, ARRT CE Credit
- One AHRA CRA Credit | Radiology Administrators | This course meets all CRA renewal credit criteria and has been approved for 1 continuing education credit in the following CRA domain: Operations Management / Asset Management.
Expiration Date: October 31, 2020
Format: Self Instructional – Audio Visual with Slides
There is no cost to participate in this program.
This program was originally broadcast live as part of a webinar supported through by a grant from FUJIFILM Medical Systems U.S.A., Inc.
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