Program Mission Goals and Outcomes
The mission of the Reid Health School of Radiologic Technology is to provide an educational experience that will develop a proficient, compassionate, and employable radiographer who will fulfill regional needs and serve as a positive example for the profession.
Achievement of the program mission is determined by the degree to which the following goals are accomplished by student graduation:
Goal #1 Our students will practice as entry-level radiographers. They will…
- …produce diagnostic radiographs.
- …employ applicable principles of radiation protection.
- …properly respond to patient needs.
Goal #2 Our students will apply effective problem solving and critical thinking skills necessary for professional practice. They will…
- …modify imaging protocols to accomodate non-routine patient limitations.
- …evaluate radiographic images for diagnostic quality.
Goal #3 Our students will display professionalism in all their medical imaging interactions. They will…
- …demonstrate professional behaviors.
- …show evidence of continued professional development.
Goal #4 Our students will use appropriate communication skills at all levels within the health care environment. They will…
- …employ effective oral communication skills with professional staff and patients.
- …demonstrate effective written communication skills.
Goal #5 Our program will exceed effectiveness standards set by the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology.
- …Students will complete the program within the appropriate timeframe.
- …Graduates will pass the ARRT certification exam on the first attempt.
- …Graduates pursuing a job in the field will be employed within twelve months.
- …Alumni will be satisfied with their radiography program experience.
- …Employers will be satisfied with the preparation of our graduates as entry-level radiographers.