Provides students an opportunity to perform the skills that they are currently obtaining in RAD 10101 and RAD 11103. Focus is on the following areas: clinical orientation, imagining principles and routine views of clinical sites, imaging equipment used at clinical practice, patient positioning of chest, abdomen, and upper appendicular skeleton. Eight (8) clinical hours. Prerequisites: Met RAD academic requirements, official acceptance into the RAD program, CPR certification, background checks, drug screen analysis as per clinical site, and Trajecsys registration fee.
Offered Fall for 1 Semester hours.