Program Learning Objectives

  1. Medical education knowledge of the anatomy, physiology, pathology, positioning, and radiographic technique to accurately demonstrate anatomical structures on imaging receptors. 

  2. Knowledge of the type, production, and handling of radiation sources.

  3. knowledge of the  principles of radiation protection to patient, staff, and general public. 

  4. Optimal use of the various X-ray machines

  5. knowledge of the  Safely administer ionizing radiation to humans for diagnostic purposes by correctly determining exposure factors to achieve optimal radiographic techniques. 

  6. Knowledge on basic and advanced techniques in diagnostic imaging and patient investigations, positioning and image analysis.    

  7. knowledge of the  human organs and systems to provide patient care and comfort in a professional manner regardless of patient’s personal attributes, nature of disease or illness, and without discrimination. 

  8. knowledge of the  problem-solving skills to recognize and respond to emergency conditions and initiate life-saving first aid and basic life-support procedures. 

  9. knowledge of the  photographic and geometric principles of Radiologic technology to evaluate radiographic images for image quality

  10. Understanding the application of computer in the medical field.

  11. Understanding of professional rules, regulations, ethics, and policies in health care.