The program includes both didactic and laboratory interactive activities presented by The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Radiologic Science Faculty. Lecture activities build over the length of the course, focus on all major aspects of digital imaging, and are intended to increase knowledge and understanding of digital radiography and its use. Each day's didactic lecture sessions begin with a presentation of goals and objectives. At the same time, participants are given a list of content-specific questions. It is expected that by the end of the day's sessions, each participant should have acquired the knowledge/skills to answer all of these questions. This format provides guidance for learning as well as self-assessment of daily achievement.
Other activities include interactive instructional sessions. Sessions utilizing CR equipment include demonstrations and discussions intended to enhance understanding of computed radiography's clinical applications. Participants have found these sessions helpful in developing technical problem solving skills. Sessions in the clinical setting are presented to enhance understanding of image analysis in the clinical setting. Clinical applications of digital imaging are emphasized.
At the completion of the seminar, participants have ample material and sufficient knowledge to facilitate the practice of improving image quality and reducing patient exposure using digital radiography.
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