RTC 108 CLINICAL RADIOGRAPHY I
RTC 108 – Clinical Radiography I
Course Number & Name: RTC 108 Clinical Radiography I
Credit Hours: 1.0 Contact Hours: 15.0 Lecture: N/A Lab: N/A Other: 15.0
Prerequisites: Grades of “C” or better in RTC 100, RTC 101, RTC 102, RTC 103, RTC 104, and BIO 122
Co-requisites: RTC 105, RTC 106, and RTC 107 Concurrent Courses: None
Course Description: Students are assigned to clinical affiliations for a 15-week period, two days each week, to perform routine examinations under the supervision of a registered radiologic technologist. Critiques of radiographic films are conducted at the clinical site.
Course Goals: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to do the following:
- correctly identify film identification, radiologic anatomy, patient positioning, and film quality on selected radiographic images;
- satisfactorily perform 8 radiography procedures selected from the prescribed list of procedures applicable to the current semester; and
- demonstrate behavior outlined by the Affective Domain evaluation to an acceptable measurement.