Overview

By the end of this program, the participant should be able to:

  • Define radiation dose and the ways it delivers energy.
  • Describe how various imaging modalities estimate dose.
  • Explain the differences between deterministic effects and stochastic effects.
  • Review how radiation exposure in the general public has changed in the past 30 years.
  • Identify the terms and dose measurement parameters that are used in various imaging modalities.

COURSE LENGTH:  1 Hour
ACCREDITATION TYPE:  ASRT - Category A
CREDIT HOURS:  1 

Target Audience

This program specifically targets radiologic technologists and healthcare workers who routinely encounter ionizing radiation. Other medical personnel also may benefit from this material

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