California Radiology Continuing Education Library

A robust library of interactive continuing education courses for California radiologic technologists

California Radiology Continuing Education Library
California Radiology Continuing Education Library

Welcome to Medical Professionals’ California Radiology Continuing Education Library! Here you will find a variety of interactive continuing education courses for radiologic technologists licensed by the state of California. The California Department of Health–Radiologic Health Branch (CDPH-RHB) accepts for CE credits any continuing education course that addresses the application of X-rays to the human body and is approved by an ARRT® Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism (RCEEM). All of the courses in this library are approved by an ARRT® RCEEM—either the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) or the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT)—and are therefore accepted by the CDPH-RHB.

Below you can find a summary of California’s radiology continuing education (CE) requirements for certified radiologic technologists (CRTs), as per the CDPH–RHB:
Certified Radiologic Technologist (CRT):
  • 24 CE credits in total, 4 of which must be in digital radiography
  • To be completed every 2 years
Mammographic Certified Radiologic Technologist (MCRT):
  • 24 CE credits must be earned in total, 10 of which must be in mammography
  • To be completed every 2 years
Radiologic Technology Fluoroscopy (RTF):
Limited Permit X-ray Technicians (XT):
  • 24 CE credits in total
For Limited Permit X-Ray Technicians (XTs) with digital authorization:
  • 4 of the 24 CE credits must be in digital radiography

For more information about continuing education requirements and license renewal for California radiologic technologists, check out our guide to renewing your California radiology license.
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Pediatric Radiation Safety CE Course

This course covers the basic principles of digital radiography (DR) and its advantages over analog film screening and computed radiography in reducing the pediatric patient dose. It also highlights the challenges presented in acquiring DR diagnostic images in the pediatric population including proper immobilization.

1.00 CE Credits
150.00
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The formation of CT images involves many steps: Data acquisition is the first of these steps. The term data acquisition refers to the collection of the measurements of x-ray transmission from the patient. In this course, acquisition modes and parameters, dosimetrix indexes and dose reference level will be discussed.

1.00 CE Credits
100.00
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PACS Systems and Quality Control is a digital radiography continuing education course that demonstrates the importance of common post-processing activities in improving the image quality, and explains the principle behind DICOM images, HIS, RIS, and PACS.

1.00 CE Credits
250.00
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Radiation Dose in Mammography

In this course, we will show the breast anatomy, discuss different types of breast cancer, show how breast density may affect breast cancer diagnosis, explore different breast screening techniques, explain how radiation exposure can be measured, and discuss radiation dose with each of these breast imaging techniques.

1.50 CE Credits
250.00
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Treatment Sites: Extremities, Skin Cancers, & Procedures

This course provides advanced radiation therapy training for stereotactic and conventional irradiation as it relates to the total body, skin, palliative, oncologic emergencies, and extremities. More specifically, it contains the radiotherapy to the total body using blocs or open, and radiotherapy for palliation and oncologic emergencies.

1.50 CE Credits
250.00
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Treatment Sites in the Thoracic Region

This course provides advanced radiation therapy training for stereotactic and conventional irradiation for tumors located in the thorax. It covers the advantages and disadvantages of different radiation treatment techniques, including external beam, 3D conformal, IMRT, and stereotactic radiotherapy and radiosurgery.

1.50 CE Credits
250.00
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Digital Imaging Systems CE Course - 1.5 CE Credits

A comprehensive continuing education course covering a broad range of digital radiography topics to provide learners with an in-depth understanding of the physical principles, different technologies, and various techniques used in digital radiography.

1.50 CE Credits
250.00
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Image Acquisition and Processing in Digital Radiography - 1.5 CE Credits

A comprehensive course explaining the factors that affect digital image quality and demonstrate the importance of the deviation index and other parameters in evaluating image quality.

1.50 CE Credits
250.00
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Abdominal and Pelvic Radiography CE course for Radiologic Technologists

This course presents the technical modifications that radiographers must apply to avoid any unexpected error caused by the anatomy of the patient. In addition, it describes the abdominopelvic image details that shall be clarified, allowing physicians to diagnose the cases of different patients.

1.75 CE Credits
150.00
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Treatment Sites in the Head, Neck, and Craniospinal Regions

This course provides advanced radiation therapy training for stereotactic and conventional irradiation for tumors located in the head, neck, and craniospinal regions. It covers the advantages and disadvantages of different radiation treatment techniques, including external beam, 3D conformal, IMRT, and stereotactic radiotherapy.

1.75 CE Credits
250.00
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