Cambridge’s Institute’s Computed Tomography (CT) Review

Dr. Mitchell Housenick, Cambridge’s Radiologic Technology Program Director at the Atlanta campus is leading the January 2016 start date of the Computed Tomography (CT) review.  This review course is structured to provide educational opportunities to Radiologic Technologists seeking post-certification in CT by the American Registry of Radiologic Technology (ARRT).  Applicants must hold at a minimum one of the following ARRT primary certifications: Radiography; Radiation Therapy; Nuclear Medicine (ARRT or NMTCB) prior to the anticipated enrollment start date. Ms. Carolyn Whitt, Radiologic Technology Program Instructor at the Atlanta campus provided oversight of the curriculum courses approval by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, a Recognized Continuing Education Evaluation Mechanism (RCEEM) for category A CE credits.

Students completing the CT review will receive a total of 59.75 ASRT approved CE credits which exceeds the ARRT requirement for candidates for Computed Tomography Certification and Registration documentation of at least 16 hours of structured education approved by a RCEEM. The sixteen-week CT review covers topics in patient care, procedures & protocols, physics & instrumentation, radiation safety, and sectional anatomy & pathology. Students will also complete a clinical externship allowing them to apply theory to the practical setting. The CT review course will be offered in the evening allowing our graduates and other registered radiologic technologists in the workforce the opportunity of professional advancement in the diagnostic imaging profession.