Placement Process: Diagnostic Imaging

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Medical Radiation Technology - Radiography 

Program Structure: Medical Imaging practice is under the leadership of the Site Leader.  Student clinical placement is coordinated by the Medical Imaging Clinical Instructor.

Placement Options: Students work under direct supervision of a Registered Medical Radiation Technologist and advance to in-direct supervision.

Length of Placement: Medical Radiation Technology students complete a 54 week clinical rotation over 14 ½ month placement.

Evaluation Process: Students are required to successfully complete 40 Clinical Competency Examinations and 18 Clinical Performance Evaluations.

Regulatory Body/Professional Association: OAMRS and CAMRT

Process for Placements: Students apply to the Fanshawe Medical Radiation Technology Program. Students are required to successfully complete 3 didactic terms prior to commencing their clinical placement.

Orientation Process: Attendance required to Day 1 Corporate Orientation session. Clinical Coordinator provides department specific orientation over the first 2 weeks of placement.


Diagnostic Medical Sonography

Placement Options: Students work under the direct supervision of a Registered Ultrasound Technologist and advance to indirect supervision.

Length of Placement: Medical Radiation Technology students complete one of three 13 week clinical placements.

Evaluation Process: Students are required to successfully complete Clinical Proficiencies, Clinical Skills Assessments and Oral Case Study Presentations according to the rotation that they are engaged in.

Regulatory Body & Professional Associations: Sonography Canada

Process for Placements: Successful completion of the required Didactic or Clinical placement of program from MohawkMacMaster.

Orientation Process: The Clinical Coordinator provides department specific orientation over the first 2 weeks of placement.

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Last updated: Thu, 2016-02-04 11:24