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Radiology & X-Ray Tech Continuing Education

healthcampus.com has provided high quality, ASRT-approved home-study radiology continuing education courses since 1995. Obtain your CE credits when you complete any of our online or paper exams based on many of the popular textbooks we offer. This method is highly convenient as it is truly self-study; no clicking through a fully narrated online course. Simply study your textbook, complete the exam, print your certificate and you’re done. Order one book with multiple exams to share with colleagues. Order online now or call 866-605-3664.

All courses are Category A Credits and approved by ASRT through National Medical Education, now a division of 360training.com. provider number: CAO016 / vendor number: 220416. Our Florida Radiology CE provider approval number is: 3201190.

PLEASE CONSULT YOUR STATE ORGANIZATION FOR SPECIFIC COURSE REQUIREMENTS (click on the “CE Requirements” tab above for an overview).

*These activities may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ASRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.

Radiation-detection technology is an integral and critical part of medical science and healthcare, more so now than when the first medical x-ray was used to image a hand in 1895. Today, some 5 billion medical x-ray images are made each year worldwide, each one processed by a team of highly trained registered radiology technologists and registered radiologist assistants. At most medical facilities in the U.S., radiology technologists and radiologist assistants must pass their mandatory radiologic technology continuing education to be allowed to handle any of the radiation-detection technologies available today.

Healthcampus.com has been providing ASRT-approved home-study x-ray continuing education courses since 1995. Its courses are upshots of the rapid changes in medical radiology brought on by digital imaging and new radiology techniques, such as MRI. Each of the courses (e.g., Digital Mammography) makes up a complete textbook, which you can purchase as a traditional paper book for self-study at home. Each course has an equivalent credit, so you need to get several courses appropriate to your field to meet the required minimum CE credits set by your state board.

All courses are Category A credits and are approved by ASRT through the National Medical Education, a division of 360training.com. Completing your radiology CE credits is easy: purchase your courses (that is, your textbooks, which you can buy individually or as a package); study your textbooks; complete the exam (either on paper or online); and if you pass, print your certificate. It’s that simple. Order online now or call 866-605-3664. The courses come with their corresponding exams.

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Bundles

  • Credit Hours: 24.0
  • Price: $289.00

The package contains the following courses:

- Anatomy in Sectional Images I
- Anatomy in Sectional Images II
- Patient Care in Radiography

  • Credit Hours: 24.0
  • Price: $163.00

The Package have the following courses Medical Techniques in Imaging (7th edition) and Radiographic Pathology for Technologists

  • Credit Hours: 28.0
  • Price: $120.00

The package contains the following courses:

- Medical Techniques in Imaging (7th edition)
- Radiologic Imaging Sciences

Individual Courses

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  • Credit Hours: 18.0
  • Price: $105.00
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Radiography for Limited Practice II

This course provides the radiographer with a thorough practical approach to mastering the fundamentals of cross sectional anatomy, using computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. The emphasis is on identifying anatomy through images in different body and segmental planes. This may prove useful in obtaining optimal images of the anatomy of interest.

Credit Hours: 18.0
Price: $105.00
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  • Credit Hours: 13.0
  • Price: $72.00
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  • Credit Hours: 17.0
  • Price: $64.00
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Quality Management in Imaging

This course provides the radiographer with an overview of quality management and its associated topics—quality assurance and quality control—which are vitally important in modern diagnostic imaging departments and for technologists to succeed in the delivery of high quality services.

Credit Hours: 17.0
Price: $64.00
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  • Credit Hours: 10.0
  • Price: $71.00
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Patient Care in Radiography

This course is designed to help radiographers meet patient needs, from introduction to routine procedures; emergency situations and documentation of events in the medical records. The radiographer will review up to date information, technical and interpersonal skills needed to provide quality patient care in a quality environment.

Credit Hours: 10.0
Price: $71.00
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  • Credit Hours: 31.0
  • Price: $142.00
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Musculoskeletal MRI

This course will help the Radiology Technologist have a better understanding of musculoskeletal MRI. It provides information on the latest protocols, multiple disease processes, anatomy, and common abnormalities. By having a better understanding of musculoskeletal processes and anatomy you will be better equipped to provide superior patient care and imaging.

Credit Hours: 31.0
Price: $142.00
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  • Credit Hours: 14.0
  • Price: $91.00
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Medical Techniques in Imaging

This course introduces the radiographer to the importance of patient care in imaging technology, with in-depth discussions on the importance of professionalism, ethics, and effective communication. Overviews of radiological science and the fundamentals of pharmacology, electrocardiogram, and medication administration including contrast agents, bedside radiography, special procedures, adverse reactions and age related care for pediatrics and geriatrics are provided.

Credit Hours: 14.0
Price: $91.00
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  • Credit Hours: 11.0
  • Price: $60.00
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Essentials in Radiographic and Imaging Exposure

This course provides the radiographer with a thorough practical approach to mastering the fundamental principles of imaging. The emphasis is on a practical approach to the topics and mathematical applications that help to produce high quality radiographic images in the clinical setting. Introductions to the new technology of digital imaging where appropriate also will be discussed.

Credit Hours: 11.0
Price: $60.00
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  • Credit Hours: 7.0
  • Price: $131.00
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Digital Mammography

In this course, the learner will understand the history and future of Digital Mammography. In addition, the learner will evaluate the strengths and weakness of Digital Mammography and the differences in the various system options. The learner will be prepared to implement a Quality Control Program for Digital Mammography. In addition, the learner will have an understanding of the interfaces between Digital Mammography, PACS (Picture Archiving and Communications System) and CAD (Computer Aided Detection).

Credit Hours: 7.0
Price: $131.00
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  • Credit Hours: 7.0
  • Price: $83.00
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Digital and Radiographic Imaging

In this course, the radiological technologist will review all aspects of imaging technology, including use of computers and lasers. The radiological technologist will understand the practical approach of test and application of techniques, review current technology, quality assurance, environmental issues, pollution, and the implications of imaging technology.

Credit Hours: 7.0
Price: $83.00
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  • Credit Hours: 7.0
  • $110.00 $93.00
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Comprehensive Radiographic Pathology

With this course, the radiologic technologist will increase their knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of pathology, learn how disease processes work, and recognize the radiographic appearance of specific diseases and injuries that are likely to be diagnosed with medical imaging. This knowledge will aid the technologist in selecting proper modalities and determining the need for repeat radiographs in different situations.

Credit Hours: 7.0
Price: $110.00  $93.00
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  • Credit Hours: 12.0
  • Price: $107.00
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Breast Imaging

The health care professional will review principles of mammographic imaging; methods used to produce quality mammograms, breast diseases and images of mammographic pathology.

Credit Hours: 12.0
Price: $107.00
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  • Credit Hours: 19.0
  • Price: $191.00
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Breast Cancer Imaging: Metastases and Considerations

This radiology textbook course with online final illustrates the best practices for all facets of breast cancer imaging – from screening of asymptomatic patients to cancer staging, identifying metastases, and assessing efficacy of treatment – in a succinct, practical source. Contributing authors from a wide range of subspecialties provide well-rounded guidance to meet the needs of today’s multidisciplinary work environment. The textbook relies on a case-based approach.

Credit Hours: 19.0
Price: $191.00
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  • Credit Hours: 29.0
  • Price: $191.00
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Breast Cancer Imaging: Local Perspectives and Problematic Types

This radiology textbook course with online final illustrates the best practices for all facets of breast cancer imaging – from screening of asymptomatic patients to cancer staging, identifying metastases, and assessing efficacy of treatment – in a succinct, practical source. Contributing authors from a wide range of subspecialties provide well-rounded guidance to meet the needs of today’s multidisciplinary work environment. The textbook relies on a case-based approach.

Credit Hours: 29.0
Price: $191.00
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  • Credit Hours: 7.0
  • $142.00 $109.00
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Anatomy in Sectional Images II

This course provides the radiographer with a thorough, practical approach to mastering the fundamentals of cross sectional anatomy using CT and MR imaging. The emphasis for this course lies with identifying anatomy through images in different body and segmental planes. This may prove useful when obtaining optimal images of the anatomy of interest.

Credit Hours: 7.0
Price: $142.00  $109.00
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  • Credit Hours: 7.0
  • Price: $109.00
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Anatomy in Sectional Images I

This course provides the radiographer with a thorough practical approach to mastering the fundamentals of cross sectional anatomy, using computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. The emphasis is on identifying anatomy through images in different body and segmental planes. This may prove useful in obtaining optimal images of the anatomy of interest.

Credit Hours: 7.0
Price: $109.00
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  • Credit Hours: 22.0
  • Price: $22.00
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Anatomy Coloring Workbook

The Anatomy Coloring Workbook provides the student with an active learning process. Throughout the workbook, the student is asked to participate – locating, identifying, and coloring in the structures you have been asked to find. This hands-on approach enables a better understanding of human anatomy by making the diagrams the central focus of the learning process. After completing the diagrams, the student will have a firm grasp on basic terminology and the human anatomy. This knowledge will make you a better radiographer.

Credit Hours: 22.0
Price: $22.00
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  • Credit Hours: 8.0
  • Price: $69.00
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Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide

The course focuses on common injuries and abnormalities that are frequently overlooked or misinterpreted as the student learns how to examine and accurately interpret x-rays. Each chapter focuses on the basic radiographs required, important anatomy, normal variants, a system for inspecting suggested views, types of injury, and ends with a summary of key points.

Credit Hours: 8.0
Price: $69.00
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  • Credit Hours: 12.0
  • Price: $107.00
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Breast Imaging

The health care professional will review principles of mammographic imaging; methods used to produce quality mammograms, breast diseases and images of mammographic pathology.

Credit Hours: 12.0
Price: $107.00
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  • Credit Hours: 14.0
  • Price: $93.00
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Comprehensive Radiologic Pathology

With this course, the radiologic technologist will increase their knowledge and understanding of the basic principles of pathology, learn how disease processes work, and recognize the radiographic appearance of specific diseases and injuries that are likely to be diagnosed with medical imaging. This knowledge will aid the technologist in selecting proper modalities and determining the need for repeat radiographs in different situations.

Credit Hours: 14.0
Price: $93.00
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  • Credit Hours: 12.0
  • Price: $50.00
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ECG Interpretation

Respiratory therapists working in a unit requiring the monitoring of the electrocardiogram will review cardiac anatomy and physiology, electrophysiology, basic rhythms and dysrhythmias generated by the sinus node, atria, AV junction, and ventricles, basic pacemaker principles and rhythms, and an introduction to the 12 lead ECG.

Credit Hours: 12.0
Price: $50.00
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  • Credit Hours: 13.0
  • Price: $112.00
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Mammographic Imaging in Radiology

The radiographer will review the biologic aspects of breast cancer, principles of mammographic imaging, methods used to produce quality mammograms, mammographic pathology, diagnostic procedures used in mammography, additional imaging methods used in conjunction with mammography, and dealing with emotional aspects of breast cancer.

Credit Hours: 13.0
Price: $112.00
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  • Credit Hours: 21.0
  • Price: $25.00
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Physiology Coloring Workbook

The Physiology Coloring Workbook provides the student with an active learning process. Throughout the workbook, the student is asked to examine and interact with flow diagrams that describe forces, chemical reactions, flows, steady states, signals, and feedback. Students can associate process with locale as they follow common elements in complex diagrams. Complex phenomena are presented one step at a time, allowing the student to gradually piece the entire picture together and gain the necessary level of understanding. After completing the diagrams, the student will have a better understanding of the dynamic and abstract processes found in the study of physiology.

Credit Hours: 21.0
Price: $25.00
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  • Credit Hours: 17.0
  • Price: $64.00
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Radiation Protection in Medical Radiography

The radiographer will review essential information on the biological effects of ionizing radiation, radiation protection to ensure the safe use of x-rays in diagnostic imaging, radiation physics, regulatory and advisory limits for human exposure to radiation, and implementation of patient and personnel radiation protection practices.

Credit Hours: 17.0
Price: $64.00
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  • Credit Hours: 11.0
  • Price: $105.00
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Radiography for Limited Practice I

This course provides a comprehensive review of all the fundamental topics of limited radiology for radiologic technologists and limited radiographers. Part I includes equipment and procedures, x-ray science, techniques, radiation safety, anatomy and pathology, positioning and patient care.

Credit Hours: 11.0
Price: $105.00
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State Requirements

ARRT® requirements: 24 CE hours must be earned every two years for all Registered Technologists and Registered Radiologist Assistants.

ARRT® continuing education requirements apply to all ARRT Registered Technologists and Registered Radiologist Assistants who are actively practicing in the profession and to technologists who are not currently practicing (inactive), but who either plan to return to active practice or think that return to active practice is a possibility.

All technologists should select CE topics that are related to their area of practice.

All courses are Category A Credits as approved through ASRT as National Medical Education, now a division of 360training.com. provider number: CAO016. vendor number: 220416. Our Florida Radiology CE provider approval number is: 3201190.

*These activities may be avaiable in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.

Note: Credits earned in one biennium cannot be carried forward into the next biennium.

Iowa Radiologic Technologists are allowed a maximum of 12 hours per biennium through home-study.

California Radiologic Technologists: all ASRT credits must relate to the application of x-rays to the human body (will not accept credits for courses on MRI, ultrasound, etc.)