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Education as a medical imaging professional will include three areas of learning:
-Cognitive -Affective -Psychomotor
Area of learning (domain) that includes behaviors requiring various levels of thought: knowledge, understanding, reason, and judgment.
Area of learning (domain) that includes behaviors guided by feelings and emotions that are influenced by an individual's interests, attitudes, values, and beliefs
Area of learning (domain) that includes behaviors involving physical actions, neuromuscular manipulations, and coordination.
Component of the radiography curriculum that includes procedures and activities that occur in the clinical educational settings.
What is the purpose of clinical education?
To provide an environment in which the student can transfer learning from the didactic and laboratory settings to real-world patient-care experiences has one-on-one patient experience
During clinical experiences, interactions with _________, __________, __________, and __________ occur.
Inpatients, Outpatients, Emergency patients, and Specialty patients of all ages
Component of the radiography curriculum that deals with informational and instructional activities related to radiography.
Settings in which didactic activities occur:
1. Classroom 2. Lab 3. Instructional media viewing area 4. Learning resource center
Instructional (didactic) activity should be well planned with __________, __________, and __________ provided for the students.
1. Documented goals 2. Objectives 3. Learning activities
Setting that serves as a bridge to connect classroom with clinical activities.
Is exemplified in the clinical education component of radiography education with the students recalling prior knowledge learned and using this knowledge in performing radiographic procedures to develop both the skills and the confidence to work with a wide variety of patients.
The principle of transfer of learning
Learning is a __________.
The learning process is based on __________, __________, and __________.
1. Performance objectives 2. Learning observed by way of competencies 3. Learning outcomes
Must be performed independently, consistently, and effectively.
The professional organization that provides a curriculum articulating educational guidelines to ensure that entry level radiographers posses the necessary skills and knowledge for practice.
American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT)
The accrediting body for the profession that establishes standards for educational programs incorporating the ASRT curriculum.
Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology JRCERT
The professional certifying agency which identifies the minimum didactic and clinical competency requirements for certification.
American Registry for Radiology Technology
According to __________, the program (Clinical Education) is to provide a well-structured competency-based curriculum that prepares students to practice in the professional discipline.
Standards for an Accredited Educational Program in Radiography
Developed Standards for an Accredited Educational Program in Radiography.
Individuals who work together to assist the student in understanding and accomplishing the goals and objectives of the program.
1. Program director 2. Didactic faculty 3. Clinical coordinator 4. Clinical faculty 5. Clinical staff
What are the two types of general categories for competencies for Radiography?
1. Procedural 2. General patient care
How many mandatory general patient care activities are there?
How many mandatory imaging procedures are there?
How many elective imaging procedures must you complete?
15 elective imaging procedures selected from a list of 34 procedures •1 of the 15 elective procedures must be from the head section • 2 of the 15 elective procedures must be selected from the fluoroscopy section • 1 of which must be either Upper GI or contrast enema
Qualified practitioner is present during the exam
Qualified practitioner is adjacent to the room or location to assist students
What does TeamSTEPPS stand for?
Team Strategies and Tools to Enhance Performance and Patient Safety
What is SBAR?
a structured communication process that provides for accurate sharing of patient information between health care workers when patient hand off occurs.
4 elements of SBAR:
1. Situation 2. Background 3. Assessment 4. Recommendation
Phases of clinical learning:
Observation Assistance Performance