Medical Professionals provides you with a full inventory of MRI continuing education courses. Whether you have absolutely no experience in MRI or you are an MRI expert, we have a course to fit your needs. This MRI CE library is designed to provide relevant and interactive content that begins with the basics of MRI, progresses to advanced techniques and principles, and finally covers specialty MRI exams. Our full course library allows you to acquire more than 65 MRI CE credits online and at your own pace.
All of the courses in this library are based on the practical, professional experiences of our clinical application specialists. They are intended to support RTs in improving their daily practices and routines, as well as to help solve some common frustrations of MRI technologists. We have made each course interactive, in order to help make learning and applying complex concepts easier. Below you will find brief descriptions of each course in the library. Check out the individual course pages for more in-depth details, course demos, and CQR distribution details.
MRI Essentials is an introductory MRI CE course, intended for anyone, regardless of their prior experience in the field. This course can be used as a refresher course on the basics of MRI, as an overview course for healthcare professionals outside of the field to learn more about MRI, or as a starting point for techs who want to cross-train into MRI. This course is worth 5.5 MRI CE credits.
Our MRI Advanced course is intended to help you learn how to adapt the system to your needs. It teaches you how to master advanced MRI sequences, identify artifacts, and improve the quality of the images you acquire. Completing this course will earn you 13 MRI continuing education credits.
Our MRI Safety course is a useful and essential course for MRI technologists, as well as anyone else who accesses the MRI room. It provides learners with an in-depth understanding of safety procedures and precautions to be taken in and around the MRI environment, along with the risks associated with MRI and how to minimize them. This course also covers the risk assessment process used in the identification and mitigation of these risks. This course is worth 5 MRI CE credits.
Beyond these essential courses, we also offer some specialty MRI CE courses.
Our Breast MRI course covers the basic and fundamental principles of breast MRI and provides you with 6 MRI CEUs.
MRI for Neurology covers neurology MRI from the basic sequences and protocols to the advanced MR imaging techniques, including brain perfusion, spectroscopy, functional MRI (fMRI), and diffusion tensor imaging. By completing this course, you will earn 9.5 MRI continuing education credits.
The Virtual MRI Console Simulator is exactly what it sounds like. This MRI continuing education activity provides you with access to a virtual MRI interface that you can manipulate, in real time. Users can see the acquired image change in response to their adjustments to image contrast, acquisition time, signal-to-noise ratio, spatial resolution, and the number of slices allowed per acquisition. This course has been approved for 7 MRI CE credits.
MRI 3Tesla is worth 8.5 MRI CEUs. This course provides RTs with the safety standards related to operating a very strong magnetic field. It will help you understand differences in contrast and parameters when switching from 1.5T to a 3T. This course will also teach you how to optimize gains in signal-to-noise ratio and help you recognize and minimize artifacts related to 3T image acquisitions.
Cardiac MRI covers everything from the basic principles to the advanced techniques of MR imaging of the heart, including overview cardiac anatomy, physiology and pathologies and acquisition and post-processing techniques. This course is approved for 6 MRI continuing education credits.
The MRI Spectroscopy provides radiologic technologists with an overview of the principles and applications of MRS. This course qualifies for 8 MRI CE credits.
New!* Our newest MRI CE course is The Contributions of MRI in Epilepsy, which covers the role MRI plays in diagnosing and managing patients with epilepsy. This course presents MRI protocols specific to suspected cases of epilepsy, along with their limitations, and highlights the role of MRI in the differential diagnosis and presurgical evaluation. This course is approved for 2 MRI CE credits. It will also cover the physical principles, measurements techniques, and quantification methods of proton MRS. In addition, clinical applications and specific considerations in different pathologies will be discussed.