Radiation Protection in Radiology

8 CE Credits


A fully interactive course covering topics in radiation safety and radiation protection procedures for healthcare staff and patients in the radiology department

Course Overview

8 Modules
CAMRT
626 Certificates Issued

Course description

Expiry date: December 31, 2022


Starting July 10, 2022, the accreditation body will be changed to ASRT and the number of credits will be 5.25 CE credits.

Our Radiation Protection in Radiology course is designed to educate both healthcare staff and patients about the nature of radiation and radiation safety. It provides training to radiology staff in issues related to patient protection against radiation and introduces international standards related to radiation safety. The course covers a variety of topics in radiation protection and safety, including how ionizing radiation interacts with matter, an overview of cell biology, radiobiology, and patient and occupational protection practices. The course also addresses radiation monitoring and detection, important regulatory agencies, and radiation protection practices in CT.

Approved by the CAMRT (Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists) for 8 Category A CE Credits
Subscription duration: 365 days from purchase date
Voiceover available
Downloadable transcript available
Meets the CE requirements of the following states: California, Texas, Florida, Kentucky, Massachusetts, and New Mexico
Meets ARRT® CE reporting requirements
Accepted by the NMTCB®
Hassle-free 30-day full refund policy*
Discipline Major content category & subcategories CE Credits provided
BD-2016 Patient Care
Patient Bone Health, Care, and Radiation Principles 2.00
CT-2016 Safety
Radiation Safety and Dosimetry 4.50
CT-2017 Safety
Radiation Safety and Dose 4.50
NMT-2017 Safety
Radiation Physics, Radiobiology, and Regulations 6.00
RA-2017 Safety
Radiation Protection and Equipment Operation 7.00
RA-2018 Safety
Patient Safety, Radiation Protection, and Equipment Operation 7.00
RAD-2017 Safety
Radiation Physics and Radiobiology 4.00
Radiation Protection 3.00
THR-2017 Safety
Radiation Physics, Equipment, and Quality Assurance 3.00
Radiation Protection 5.00
CI-2017 Image Production
Image Acquisition and Equipment 2.00
VI-2017 Image Production
Image Acquisition and Equipment 2.00
Section 1: Introduction
Ionizing radiation
Need for radiation protection
Justification for radiographic procedures
Radiation protection responsibilities
Patient protection and education
Sources of ionizing radiation
Radiation effects
Fundamental principles
Hormesis
Dose limits
Section 2: Interactions with Matter
Interactions within the x-ray Tube
Interactions with matter
Section 3: Overview of Cell Biology
Basic Cell Components
Cell Division
Section 4: Radiobiology
Effects of radiation at molecular level
Effects of radiation at cellular level
Effects of radiation at organic level
Section 5: Patient Protection Practices
Elements of effective patient protection
Digital radiography
Protection during pregnancy
Section 6: Occupational Protection Practices
Fundamental Principles
Scatter Radiation
Protective Barriers
Leakage Radiation
Accessories
Rules During Fluoroscopy
Pregnant Personnel
Recommendations
Shielding for machines
Section 7: Radiation Monitoring
Personnel radiation monitoring devices
Radiation survey instruments
Regulations
Section 8: Radiation Protection Practices in CT
Radiation dose
Dose measurement
Factors Affecting Patient Dose
How to Reduce the Dose

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