Online Courses

3D Imaging Techniques for CT

Price: $10.00 CE: 1.00
This course is accessible until 2/28/2022

This program is designed to provide imaging professionals with an overview of 3D imaging techniques for computed tomography. The content addresses concepts of 3D image generation, post-processing techniques, and treatment applications.

NOTE: This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors; individuals may not repeat and report a self-learning activity for credit twice in the same biennium.

This course reports to CE Broker

Upon successful completion of this course, the participant will be able to:

  1. Relate some of the historical perspectives and key milestones in 3D imaging development.
  2. Define the purpose and basic process for 3D imaging including 3D scanning and image generation.
  3. Identify common 3D space transformations.
  4. Describe several post-processing techniques with their specific advantages, disadvantages, and appropriate clinical applications.
  5. Discuss some of the current and future issues related to 3D imaging, including the role of the technologist.

Qualified Planners/Faculty

Leanna Neubrander, M.H.Sc, RT(R)(CT)

Leanna has worked as an instructor for Adventist University of Health Sciences since 2006. In fact, she is an alumnus of the institution, graduating with her A.S. degree in Radiography and B.S. degree in Radiologic Sciences. She is certified and proficient in radiography and computed tomography, and has extensive training in magnetic resonance imaging. Ms. Neubrander obtained her master's degree from Nova Southeastern University in Health Sciences with a concentration in Higher Education. Ms. Neubrander is an active member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists and the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences. She has spoken at several conferences on various topics in computed tomography and education, and is a published author in the Radiologic Sciences and Education Journal.

Disclosures
This author has disclosed that there are neither conflicts of interest nor commercial affiliation with this activity.

Revisioning Author: Lou R. Wolsefer, BS-CNMT, ARRT (CT)

Lou is a Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist with 31 years of diversified experience. She graduated in1987 from the Baccalaureate Nuclear Medicine Technology program of the Medical College of Georgia. Proficient with GE, ADAC/Philips, Siemens' system, and Cardinal Health's SynTrac System. She is instrumental in numerous successful JCAHO and Florida State inspections and has ICANL experience. Lou has a strong background in Nuclear Cardiology and is a Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT Technologist at Lake Medical Imaging in Leesburg FL.

Disclosures
This author has disclosed that there are neither conflicts of interest nor commercial affiliation with this activity.

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CE Credits: 1, Category: A ARRT, Expires: 2/28/2022
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CE Credits: 1, Category: 00-Technical, Expires: 1/31/2022

Completion Requirements: To receive continuing education credit commensurate with the credit awarded for this on-line activity, the participant must:

  • View all modules
  • Participate and pass all learning checks
  • Pass the Post Test(s) with a minimum score of 80%
  • Complete and submit the on-line evaluation

Certificates of Completion: will be available to print immediately upon finishing the completion requirements. You are encouraged to print and save your certificate for your portfolio as required by your licensing body. Interdisciplinary accredited activities, activities having multiple accreditors, will be listed individually on the Certificate of Completion.

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