Technical Standards Statement

Admission to the program may be contingent upon the applicants verifying his or her ability to perform the established technical standards of the program with or without accommodation.

It is strongly recommended that all applicants observe closely the activities of those practicing in the profession in order to more fully understand the technical requirements of a program. This can be accomplished by completing the mandatory 8-hour Radiology Dept. visitation discussed later.

In order to participate in this program, students must be able to perform certain technical requirements. Students must be able to meet certain communication, physical and mental requirements to ensure the safe performance of radiologic procedures.

Mental Requirements 

A Radiologic Technologist must have vision sufficient to:

Communication Requirements 

A Radiologic Technologist must have the ability to speak, hear, observe and document on/with patients to:

 Physical Requirements

A Radiologic technologist must have gross and fine muscular movements, equilibrium, strength and functional use of the senses of touch and vision for the safe handling of patients, self and equipment to :

Pregnancy Policy

Clinical Requirements

In order to complete the required clinical rotations, students need to provide the following additional documentation upon acceptance into the program. However, students will be responsible to provide the following documents to a third-party provider:

A. Background check - by a third-party provider. Certain conviction history excludes persons from healthcare employment. If you have any prior convictions, even if you believe they may be sealed, please consult with the Program Chair for Radiology or the Division Chair.

B. Documentation of current immunization for:

Transportation - It is the student's responsibility to arrange for dependable transportation to and from the clinical site. Some clinical rotations begin as early as 6:00 am, some may be evening or night shift, and may be 6, 8, or 12 hour shifts. Dependable child/dependent care is necessary.

PLEASE NOTE: Individual health care organizations where a student may be placed for clinical learning may have additional participation requirements, such as drug screening.The student will be directly responsible to that health care organization for meeting their requirements.

 

 

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Match the items.
The task is to match the lettered items with the correct numbered items. Appearing below is a list of lettered items. Following that is a list of numbered items. Each numbered item is followed by a drop-down. Select the letter in the drop down that best matches the numbered item with the lettered alternatives.
a. Describe changes in activity, mood and posture; perceive nonverbal communication; respond to audible cues; document accurately, occurrences or procedures.
b. perform therapeutic procedures; maintain physical demands; lifting and handling of patients and equipment; bending; stooping; reaching above shoulder, pushing, pulling and climbing
c. Observe changes in equipment operation; observe and evaluate; judge distance; skillfully use precision instruments
 

 

 


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