Ch 5 Scenario

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Who provides direct supervision to and can be with students during training?

Qualified Practitioner

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Define Direct Supervision

* review the request for examination in relation to the students achievement

*evaluate the condition of the patient in relation to the students knowledge

*be physically present during the conduct of the procedure

*review and approve the procedure and/or image

3

Define Cognitive Ability

Level of thought, knowledge, understanding, reason, and judgement.

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Why must repeat images be done in the presence of an instructor (direct supervision)?

Repeat images must be performed under direct supervision of the clinical instructor because radiation is involved and it is potentially harmful to the patient. Patient care is of utmost importance, the direct supervision of the instructor insures proper techniques were used and the student gains understanding of the procedure.

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Define Program Director

Provides leadership for the program and ensures effective program operations.

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What are several types of serious infractions?

HIPAA violations, intoxication, falsification of records, and cheating

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Define didactic instruction

Informational and instructional activities that may occur in formal or informal settings (lecture and lab)

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What specific formats can be used to measure a students didactic cognitive behaviors?

Competencies and multiple choice examinations.

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Define Affective Behaviors

Behaviors guided by feelings and emotions that are influenced by an individual's interests, attitudes, values, and beliefs.

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Why is it necessary for a student to demonstrate competency?

The demonstration of competency develops and refines the appropriate skills and behaviors.

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Define Psychomotor

Behaviors including physical actions, neuromuscular manipulations, and coordination.