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MRI for Technologists is a compilation of 14 self-study units that cover foundational, technical, and safety concepts to advanced imaging protocols of all body systems. These educational units augment classroom instruction and on-site training, prepare learners for the review board examination, and refresh and enhance the knowledge of both radiologic technology students and professionals. Color images and embedded video enhance this learning experience.

 

MRI for Technologists
A Comprehensive Training Program
 
Format: 14 On-line Courses
RT Credit: 31.75 ARRT Category A
Tuition: $249
Certificates of Credit accepted by ARMRIT
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Course # Course Title ARRT Category A
Credits
Tuition if Purchased Individually
4712-101T MRI of the Brain and Spine 3.0 $30
4712-102T MRI Contrast Agent Safety 1.0 $10
4712-103T Advanced MRI Neurological Applications 2.0 $20
4712-201T Patient and Facility Safety in MRI 1.0 $10
4712-202T MRI Systems and Coil Technology 1.0 $10
4712-203T MR Image Postprocessing and Artifacts 2.5 $25
4712-204T Clinical Magnetic Resonance Angiography 2.0 $20
4712-301T Cardiac MRI 2.0 $20
4712-302T Musculoskeletal MRI 3.5 $35
4712-303T Basic Principles of MRI 2.0 $20
4712-304T MR Image Formation and Imaging Techniques 3.75 $38
4712-305T Gadolinium-based Contrast Agents 1.5 $15
4712-401T Breast MRI 1.5 $15
4712-402T MRI of the Body 5.0 $50

 

PROGRAM OVERVIEW
The skill of the technologist is the single most important factor in the acquisition of high-quality diagnostic images. A successful MRI examination is the culmination of many variables under the direct control of the technologist, including imaging technique, patient safety, and the use of contrast-enhanced imaging agents. Comprehension of the physics of MRI, fundamental pulse sequences, the selection of appropriate imaging parameters based on the exam requirements, and the advantages of MRI for use in diagnosis of the individual body systems is the responsibility of the radiologic technologist to ensure safe and effective patient care.  

ACCREDITATION AND CREDIT
This program has been approved by the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) for up to 31.75 ARRT Category A continuing education credits.


TUITION
Tuition for this course includes:

  • Downloadable course content
  • Unlimited access to the course
  • Certificate of Credit

ICPME accepts American Express, MasterCard, and Visa. Please note: tuition payments are non-refundable.

FACULTY
Jeffrey J. Brown, MD, FACR, MBA
Professor of Radiology
Washington University School of Medicine
St. Louis, MO

Thomas Schrack, BS, ARMRIT
Manager, MR Education and Technical Development
Fairfax Radiological Consultants
Fairfax, VA

Peter Caravan, PhD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Harvard Medical School
Associate Director, Institute for Innovation in Imaging
Massachusetts General Hospital


Alexander Guimaraes, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Harvard Medical School
Associate Radiologist
Associate Director of Abdominal Imaging Fellowship and
Medical Director, Martinos Center for Biomedical Imaging
Massachusetts General Hospital

Mary Perrine, RT (MR)(NM)
Chief Breast MRI Technologist
Fairfax Radiological Consultants
Fairfax, Virginia

Alan H. Stolpen, MD, PhD
Associate Research Scientist
Co-Director of MRI
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Iowa City, IA

Daniel R. Thedens, PhD
Assistant Professor of Radiology

Division of Diagnostic Radiology Physics
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA


Lisa K. Wall, BS, RT (R)(MR)(CV)
Senior Applications Specialist
Duke Hospital Systems
Duke University School of Medicine
Department of Radiology
Durham, NC

 

SPONSORED BY

ICPME

SUPPORTED BY

Bayer HealthCare Pharmaceuticals


DISCLAIMER
Participants have an implied responsibility to use the newly acquired information to enhance patient outcomes and their own professional development. The information presented in this activity is not meant to serve as a guideline for patient management. Any procedures, medications, or other courses of diagnosis or treatment discussed or suggested in this activity should not be used by clinicians without evaluation of their patient’s conditions and possible contraindications and/or dangers in use, review of any applicable manufacturer’s product information, and comparison with recommendations of other authorities.

4712-101T MRI for Technologists: MRI of the Brain and Spine

4712-102T MRI for Technologists: MRI Contrast Agent Safety

4712-103T MRI for Technologists: Advanced MRI Neurological Applications

4712-201T MRI for Technologists: Patient and Facility Safety in MRI

4712-202T MRI for Technologists: MRI Systems and Coil Technology

4712-203T MRI for Technologists: MR Image Postprocessing and Artifacts

4712-204T MRI for Technologists: Clinical Magnetic Resonance Angiography

4712-301T MRI for Technologists: Cardiac MRI

4712-302T MRI for Technologists: Musculoskeletal MRI

4712-303T MRI for Technologists: Basic Principles of MRI

4712-304T MRI for Technologists: MR Image Formation and Imaging Techniques

4712-305T MRI for Technologists: Gadolinium-based Contrast Agents

4712-401T MRI for Technologists: Breast MRI

4712-402T MRI for Technologists: MRI of the Body