There is much confusion about the prescribed continuing education credits and correct categories to satisfy the CQR requirements for each individual’s prescription RX. And the algorithms from ARRT changed again in June, 2021. How is someone supposed to figure it out? And how hard is it to find the correct activities? I recently read about the petition that is circulating to stop or remove the … Continue reading You’ve Received Your ARRT CQR RX, Now What?
Depression/Anxiety Among R.T.’s Study Planned Three prominent researchers got together to ask the hard questions about the workplace and its effects on radiologic technologists. After several months of planning, the survey will be ready to go soon. Please understand that the results of this survey can be especially important to you and others staffing imaging departments. Be sure you look for the links to the … Continue reading Depression/Anxiety Among Rad Techs
Last night I was at dinner with a friend and as we were chatting, we were acutely aware of two females at the table next to us. At some point it was noticeable to everyone in our vicinity the ladies were not happy. Both were signaling the waitstaff, complaining about things, and just being difficult. I honestly expected them to start snapping their fingers at … Continue reading Customer Service with a Smile…Patients Complaints Getting You Down?
A superstition is a belief or practice resulting from ignorance, fear of the unknown, trust in magic or chance, or a false conception of causation. Superstitions are persistent, even when confronted with evidence they are not true. In medical settings, superstitions can be inherited from those that are more experienced or acquired from experience. People who work in healthcare are humans of science. We believe … Continue reading “Lunar Lunatics” and Other Superstitions in Healthcare