This new advanced modality course will move your MRI skills to the next plane in imaging. AHEC’Äôs seasoned instructor will guide you through the essential aspects of obtaining an appropriate clinical history prior to patient imaging. Emphasis will be placed on sectional anatomy and imaging sequences used by today’Äôs technologists in routine MRI procedures. There will also be information provided related to special protocols for pathology and disease processes such as Parkinson’Äôs and Multiple Sclerosis. Final course topics will be related to the use and indications for contrast media in studies and artifacts found on images. So if you are new to the modality or a seasoned technologist, it’Äôs time to fine-tune your skills in Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Clinical History related to the MRI examination
Cross-sectional anatomy for MRI scanning
How contrast media can enhance the MRI study
Selection of appropriate scan protocols and imaging sequences
Imaging artifacts and how they affect image quality
Specialty imaging related to chronic disease processes and metastasis
Courses cater to convenience
Our course content is aimed at the future - your future. In addition to imaging skills coursework, there is a complete line of continuing education seminars that will connect you with the latest information. Seminars are available throughout the year in different cities making it convenient to update existing skills. Partnership classes sponsored in health care facilities can make the education available in smaller geographic venues with the choice of subject content catering to the local audience.
Services are customizable
Faculty is available for private consulting, tutorials, and instruction. Our experts can provide a range of services including image assessment, quality control and quality assurance, accreditation, education, hands-on training, and project management. If you can not wait for a class on our regular schedule, we can arrange for private tutorials. We also provide classes on-site for physicians' groups and radiology departments. We still make "House Calls".