Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine

Program Goals and Outcomes

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) machine

Goals

Goal #1: Students will perform imaging cases competently.

  • Outcome #1: Students will demonstrate optimal positioning skills.
  • Outcome #2: Students will use standardized radiation safety practices.

Goal #2: Students will demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills.

  • Outcome #3: Students will effectively communicate; both in writing and orally.
  • Outcome #4: Students will use appropriate communication while performing in the clinical setting.

Goal #3: Students will develop critical thinking skills.

  • Outcome #5: Access the need for alternate positions based on patient’s condition.
  • Outcome #6: Students will select exposure factors relevant to the patient’s physical considerations.

Goal #4: Students will model professionalism.

  • Outcome #7: Students will demonstrate ethical practice.
  • Outcome #8: Students will voluntarily participate in professional activities.

Outcomes

5-Year Program Effectiveness Data (PDF)

2015
  • Number of students initially enrolled: 11
  • Number of graduates: 7
  • Program completion rate: 63.6%
  • Number of graduates attempting the ARRT certification exam for the first time: 7
  • ARRT exam pass rate on first attempt: 100% of 7 graduates
  • Number of graduates actively seeking employment: 7
  • Of those seeking employment with the first year of graduation, percentage who found employment: 100%
2016
  • Number of students initially enrolled: 11
  • Number of graduates: 9
  • Program completion rate: 81.8%
  • Number of graduates attempting the ARRT certification exam for the first time: 9
  • ARRT exam pass rate on first attempt: 88.9% of 9 graduates
  • Number of graduates actively seeking employment: 8
  • Of those seeking employment with the first year of graduation, percentage who found employment: 100%
2017
  • Number of students initially enrolled: 11
  • Number of graduates: 8
  • Program completion rate: 72.7%
  • Number of graduates attempting the ARRT certification exam for the first time: 8
  • ARRT exam pass rate on first attempt: 100% of 8 graduates
  • Number of graduates actively seeking employment: 8
  • Of those seeking employment with the first year of graduation, percentage who found employment: 100%
2018
  • Number of students initially enrolled: 11
  • Number of graduates: 10
  • Program completion rate: 91.0%
  • Number of graduates attempting the ARRT certification exam for the first time: 9
  • ARRT exam pass rate on first attempt: 90% of 10 graduates
  • Number of graduates actively seeking employment: 9
  • Of those seeking employment with the first year of graduation, percentage who found employment: 100%
2019
  • Number of students initially enrolled: 11
  • Number of graduates: 8
  • Program completion rate: 72.7%
  • Number of graduates attempting the ARRT certification exam for the first time: 8
  • ARRT exam pass rate on first attempt: 100% of 8 graduates
  • Number of graduates actively seeking employment: 8
  • Of those seeking employment with the first year of graduation, percentage who found employment: 100%
Averages of data
  • Number of students initially enrolled: 11
  • Number of graduates: 8.4
  • Program completion rate: 76.4%
  • Number of graduates attempting the ARRT certification exam for the first time: 8
  • ARRT exam pass rate on first attempt: 95.7%
  • Number of graduates actively seeking employment: 8
  • Of those seeking employment with the first year of graduation, percentage who found employment: 100%

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