During Clinical Education IV, students are considered level II and will begin working more independently under appropriate supervision when performing studies in which they have been deemed competent. Students will continue to refine skills in patient care activities and imaging procedures. Students will report to clinical Monday through Thursday for 7 weeks. Clinical rotations include general inpatient, general outpatient, emergency room/trauma radiography, fluoroscopy, orthopedic radiography, portable radiography and surgical radiography. Each rotation will be one to two weeks in length (4-8 days). Additionally, students will continue introductory rotations through the advanced imaging modalities of CT, DEXA, IR, Mammography, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, and Ultrasound. Each intro rotation will be one-week in length, and students will spend no more than two out of the seven weeks in advanced modalities.
DMI 199 - Clinical Education IV
Credit Hours: 1
DMI 198 with a grade of "C" or better.