MX1621 - Clinical Orientation

The clinical orientation of the student during the fourth and fifth semesters is designed to reinforce in a practical manner, the theoretical knowledge he/she is acquiring during the didactic segment of their training program.  For several hours each week, under the direction and supervision of a clinical instructor, students participate in a variety of basic routine radiographic procedures that present in accordance with their level of training. Students are also afforded the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of various basic and specialized radiographic equipment used in today's modern diagnostic imaging departments.  During their clinical orientation, students are also able to apply their understanding of the concepts used in providing quality patient care and radiation protection in a "real life" setting.

Prerequisite(s): Successful completion of Semester 4

Corequisite(s): All subjects in Semester 5

This course is offered in the following programs:
Medical Radiography