This course is designed for those managing a radiation safety program or working with radioactive material and/or radiation-producing machines in a medical environment. The course can be viewed an unlimited number of times at any point in the day. From the date of registration, the student has six months to complete the course. Course quizzes may only be taken once per 2-hour period.
This course will assist you in staying current with the radiation safety aspects of the many new techniques related to using ionizing radiation in the continually evolving medical field. It will help you gain a practical understanding of regulations governing the safe use of radiation-emitting machines and radioactive materials, as well as responsibilities for managing radiation safety in a hospital. In addition, you will learn how to implement a successful and compliant radiation safety program that will withstand rigorous inspection.
Upon successful completion of this course, 22 CE credits will be awarded by the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Physics Education Programs (CAMPEP).
Sandy Konerth, MS, DABR, DABMP Alan Fellman, PhD, CHP