Tag: radiologic technologist

DAVES PLACES IN RADIOLOGY

Dave's Places in Radiology

David Woeber is a retired registered radiologic and CT technologist. Among the many great services Dave did for our RT community was to create a valuable online resource for RTs. He lives and worked in the Tri-State area of West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Dave has been in the profession for more then 45 years. His interest in the internet started in the early 1980s and he had scoured the web for about that many years looking for good resources on radiology. In 1996, Dave decided to make a web page for imaging technologists and radiologists. This process lead him to build a website which was the cornerstone of the RT community for years. Dave retired from being a webmaster and his site is no longer online. Below are some of the remaining links from that site, some of which have been updated.

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ARRT* CE and Structured Education / CQR

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By: CE4RT


The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT*) has implemented a system of Structured Education and Continuing Qualification Requirements (CQR). If you were certified as a Radiologic Technologist before January 1, 2011, the new requirements will not apply to you. However, technologists who first earned their certificate on or after this date have a license that is time-limited to 10 years. Renewing certification for an additional 10 years requires completion of the CQR process. Also, moving forward as of now, R.T.’s who pursue additional credentials using the ARRT’s* postprimary pathway will need CE credits based on specific subjects. This is known as structured education.

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Nuclear Medicine CQR and Structured Education

Female X-ray technician

By: CE4RT


To ensure quality healthcare, the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) has implemented a system of periodic evaluation consisting of Structured Education and Continuing Qualification Requirements (CQR). Radiologic Technologists certified before January 1, 2011, are not affected by these new requirements. Technologists who were certificate on or after 1/1/2011 receive a time-limited 10-year license. Once the 10 years are up, certification can be renewed for another 10 years by completing the CQR process. In addition, compliance with the ARRT rules and regulations includes an annual renewal process and biennial continuing education requirements. R.T.s in Nuclear Medicine require specific CE credits related to their certification. The ARRT calls this structured education.

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State RT Registries

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All US States have departments which regulate Radiologic Technologist activity within the state. Some states have specific X-ray CE requirements. Check with your state’s registry to confirm exact requirements.

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