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RAD 1510 — Clinical Education I - Radiography

Credit Hours: 3.00

Total Contact Hours: 150.00

Lecture Hours: 15.00

Provides a supervised learning experience in a clinical setting with emphasis on procedures of the appendicular and axial skeleton, chest, and abdomen. Students begin practical experience with principles of exposure, image critique, and other associated professional skills in actual clinical practice. Practical competencies are utilized to determine if students can safely and accurately perform radiographic procedures. "C" grade policy applies.
Prerequisites: RAD 1310, RAD 1410
Corequisites: RAD 1320.

Radiographic Imaging (Radiography)

Robert (Andy) Shappell, MSEd,   Coordinator Phone: (419) 995-8257 Email: Office: TL 102G


...NSG, OTA, PNS, PTA, RAD, and RES. All...Physiology II 4 NSG 1510 or NSG 1520...