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CTMR Mission & Goals

Mission Statement: The CTMR Program, in conjunction with the department and University's mission, is committed to preparing graduates to function as component computed tomography and magnetic resonance technologists and to provide a foundation for continued lifelong learning in computed tomography/magnetic resonance.

 

CT Goals & Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will be clinically competent.
    • Students select appropriate scan parameters to provide optimal image quality.
    • Students employ proper safety practices in clinical settings.
  2. Students will employ critical thinking skills.
    • Students adapt imaging parameters for pathological considerations.
    • Students apply scientific inquiry in the application of computed tomography.
  3. Students will model professionalism.
    • Students analyze the importance of professionalism in the practice of imaging.
    • Students participate in a professional imaging activity.
  4. Students will employ effective communication skills in the healthcare environment.
    • Students demonstrate appropriate communication skills.
    • Students utilize appropriate communication skills in educating the patient on general aspects of computed tomography and procedure specifics.

MR Program Accreditation

The Joint Review Committee on Education Radiologic Technology (JRCERT) monitors performance measures of programs and makes this information available to the public. Successful completion of a JRCERT-accredited program assures you that you will be provided with the knowledge, skills, and professional values required for career success.

The MR program is accredited by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology (JRCERT).

MR Goals & Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will be clinically competent.
    • Students select appropriate scan parameters to provide optimal image quality.
    • Students employ proper safety practices in clinical settings.
  2. Students will employ critical thinking skills.
    • Students adapt imaging parameters for pathological considerations.
    • Students apply scientific inquiry in the application of magnetic resonance.
  3. Students will model professionalism.
    • Students analyze the importance of professionalism in the practice of imaging.
    • Students participate in a professional imaging activity.
  4. Students will employ effective communication skills in the healthcare environment.
    • Students demonstrate appropriate communication skills.
    • Students utilize appropriate communication skills in educating the patient on general aspects of magnetic resonance and procedure specifics.

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Contact Information

Department of Kinesiology, Health & Imaging Sciences

210 D Center for Health, Education and Research
Morehead, KY 40351

EMAIL: imaging@moreheadstate.edu
PHONE: 606-783-2180