Free CEUs for Radiology Techs

Free CEUs for Radiologic Technicians
 

 

Free CEUs & Continuing Medical Education for Radiologic Technicians

The CME & Contact Hours You Need Today for Rad Tech License Renewal 
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WELCOME!  We are proud to sponsor this educational initiative, dedicated to providing free Radiology Tech  CME & CEUs required by many state boards for Rad Tech license renewal. Check back often for updates, including new free Radiology Technician CME courses offering free CEUs that are posted frequently. Through extensive content review, our staff approves Rad Tech CEU courses that are timely and AHRA or ASRT approved for ARRT CE.
ALL Rad Tech CEU & CME & contact hour offerings are FREE
 
 

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Parkinson’s Disease and DaTscan- List the signs and symptoms of Parkinsonian Syndrome and Essential Tremor. Identify differences between PS and ET. Describe how PS and ET are diagnosed. Describe the physical characteristics of DaTscan (I-123 ioflupane). List the approved indications for DaTscan. Identify patients for which DaTscan is contraindicated. Determine the appropriate dosage for DaTscan. Describe the proper patient preparation required for DaTscan. Identify appropriate acquisition and processing parameters, and differentiate between normal and abnormal cases.  1.0 Free AHRA CEUs  (free until ?)

Advanced Abdominal CT: Best Practices- Principles & concepts for solid organ & visceral imaging. Principles & concepts behind the use of Advanced CT Angiography. Ways to implement CT Protocol change for improved compliance. Measures to ensure quality & safety.  1.0 Free ARRT CEUs

Getting Your Hands Around Hand Hygiene- Describe the role hands play in the transmission of microorganisms. Identify the recommended indications and techniques for appropriate hand hygiene. Discuss hand hygiene adherence rates in today’s healthcare. Explain strategies to increase appropriate hand hygiene adherence.   1.0 Free ASRT CEUs

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NEW!  Working with an Interprofessional Team-  List three advantages of the interprofessional team approach to patient care. Describe nine characteristics or roles that team members can exhibit that enhance the functioning of the team. Describe the four dimensions of team self-management associated with team success.  1.0 Free ASRT CEUs
 

Alliance of Cardiovascular Professionals

PASES: Online Interactive DVT / IVC Filter CEU Education- This program is a 9-module comprehensive didactic curriculum providing the knowledge to place vena cava filters. Topics include: Venous Anatomy, Venous Thrombosis, Complication of DVT, Assessment and Diagnosis, Treatment, Patient Selection for Filters, Permenant Vena Cava Filter Preparation & Placement, Placement & Retrieval of Retrievable Vena Cava Filters.Radiological Techs must take this exam to receive ASRT credits.  1.0 Free ASRT CEUs

Optimal Stent- This online module provides learning regarding optimal stent deployment. Radiological Techs must take this exam to receive ASRT credits.     0.75 Free ASRT CEUs

Carotid Artery Stent Education System (CASESSM) program was developed under the guidance of leading endovascular experts and in accordance with the FDA mandates on Carotid artery stent training. This interactive, online didactic program is composed of 22 modules. Radiological Techs must take this exam and pass to receive ASRT credits.  3.0 Free ASRT CEUs

 

DXA and Body Composition: Emerging Clinical Applications- Assess the role of dual-energy x-ray absorptiometry (DXA) in the evaluation of body composition. Describe the pitfalls and challenges in using DXA for identifying at-risk patients. Compare DXA to other methods of body composition analysis used in the clinical setting. Identify the patient populations that would best benefit from body composition analysis.  1.0 Free ARRT CEUs

Digital Breast Tomosynthesis PART I: Where We Are and Where We Are Going- Analyze the application of digital breast tomosynthesis to the screening mammography environment in terms of recall rates and cancer detection. Determine how digital breast tomosynthesis can affect diagnostic workup. Integrate the concepts of digital breast tomosynthesis via select benign and malignant case examples. 1.0 Free ARRT CEUs

Digital Breast Tomosynthesis: PART II. Incorporating It Into Your Practice- How to incorporate breast tomosynthesis into a screening and diagnostic mammography practice. How to counsel patients’ concerns regarding radiation dose. How to manage the changes in workflow from adopting breast tomosynthesis. How to develop an improved understanding of the appearance of breast cancer on tomosynthesis.  1.0 Free ARRT CEUs

 

Extracellular and Hepatobiliary MRI Contrast Agents in the Evaluation of Liver Disease- Compare the differences between extracellular and hepatobiliary gadolinium-based contrast agents for MR imaging the liver. Describe the timing and signal intensity enhancement patterns related to the hepatic arterial phase, portal venous phase, equilibrium phase, and hepatocyte phase imaging. Associate vascular patterns of benign and malignant liver disease to inform the differential diagnosis. Explain the importance of the hepatocyte phase and biliary enhancement seen with hepatobiliary contrast. Recognize the advantages and limitations of extracellular and hepatobiliary gadolinium-based for MR imaging the liver.   2.0 Free ASRT CEUs   (+MD)

Antiplatelet Therapy in Patients Undergoing CABG for Acute Coronary Syndrome: Indications, Benefits, and Strategies to Reduce Perioperative Bleeding- Outline available guidelines for acute coronary syndrome (ACS) management, which incorporate newer antiplatelet agents and evidence. Describe the benefits and limitations of available antiplatelet therapies, including risk of major bleeding, genetic factors, and reversibility. Evaluate the role of platelet reactivity testing and point-of-care genetic testing. Adhere to guideline-directed and evidence-based pre-, peri-, and post-procedural antiplatelet strategies in patients with ACS.     1.5 Free AHRA CEUs  (+MD)