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This X-Ray Lady course reviews basic patient care and safety principles in healthcare and radiology. Course topics include defining patient safety, describing human factors concepts as they relate to patient safety, and the importance of systems and teams. This course also reviews errors, risk management, infection prevention and control, and medication safety. This course is based on the World Health Organization’s document Patient Safety Curriculum Guide.
This course has a corresponding posttest with 120 multiple choice and true/false questions.
Patient Safety Curriculum Guide (18.75 Category A CE Credits)
American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) Course Approval End Date 10/01/2020
Florida Department of Health, Board of Radiation Control (FLDOH-BRC) Course Approval End Date 01/31/2022 Category: Technical
California Radiologic Health Branch Accepted: No Digital: No Fluoroscopy: No
Texas Medical Board Indirect Credit
ARRT course coding is forthcoming. Please check back later!
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All X-Ray Lady® CE courses are ASRT approved for either category A or A+ CE Credits and approved by the State of Florida for either personal development (05) or technical (00) credit. All X-Ray Lady courses are accepted by the ARRT and state licensure boards.