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Onsite MRI Classroom Course Only
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Onsite MRI Classroom Course Only
Onsite MRI Classroom Course Only
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Program Dates:
July 10th 2021 to October 9th, 2021
Payment Due Date:
In-Full Payment $2600 (Due by: June 26th, 2021)
1st Payment $600 (Due by: (June 26th, 2021)
2nd Payment $600 (Due by: July 17th, 2021)
3rd Payment $350 (Due by: (July 31st, 2021)
4th Payment $350 (Due by: Aug 14th, 2021)
5th Payment $350 (Due by: Aug 28th, 2021)
6th Payment $350 (Due by: Sept 11th, 2021)
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Onsite Classroom Course Only Registration

Course Dates:     July 10th 2021 to October 9th, 2021

Payment Schedule, Due Dates:
Full Payment by June 26th, 2021:        $ 2600.00    
         or
Six-Payment Plan:
1st Payment by:     June 26th, 2021:   $ 600.00
2nd. Payment by:   July 17th, 2021:    $ 600.00
3rd. Payment by:    July 31st, 2021:    $ 350.00
4th. Payment by:    Aug 14th, 2021:    $ 350.00
5th. Payment by:    Aug 28th, 2021:    $ 350.00
6th. Payment by:    Sept 11th, 2021:    $ 350.00



Onsite Classroom Course Only Registration

This Course includes: The Registry Review Course

This Course does not include: Clinical Rotation 

It includes:
  1. All didactic classes
    • Onsite LIVE Classes. Classes are held on Saturdays from 9 am to 4pm EST. Students are able to interact with instructors or others students. PowerPoint presentations are presented and material discussed and explained. These classes are recorded and readily accessible to students for later review.
    • Full E-Learning System. A full Integrated e-learning system is included for the students to have access around the clock to educational materials.
  2. Weekly Online Review of quizzes, tests and homework; these session are also recorded and available for students review.
  3. Supplemental educational materials (handouts, CDs, presentations, MR Physics programs)
Books are required for the entire course and are the responsibility of the student.  Students are to purchase their books before the start of the program from: Amazon.com, University of Miami Book Store, etc.

Books required are:
1)     MRI in Practice (Fourth Edition)
        Catherine Westbrook, Carolyn Kaut Roth, John Talbot
        Wiley-Blackwell Publishing ISBN: 978-1-4443-3743-3
         It includes companion website (animations, practice questions)
        

2)     Sectional Anatomy for Imaging Professional (Second or Third Edition)
        Lorrie L. Kelley, Connie M. Petersen
        Mosby Elsevier



Full Description: 

 

MRI Principles:  Introduction to the basic concepts of  MRI physics and fundamentals, as well as application of these principles in the clinical setting will be discussed. A brief history will be included in this course.
Course Outline:  Introductory Concepts, Nuclear Magnetism, Longitudinal and Transverse Magnetization, Resonance, Longitudinal and Transverse Relaxation, Image Weighting, MR Instrumentation, RF Coils, Technical Adjustments, Image Acquisition and Reconstruction, Pulse Sequences, Imaging Parameters, Patient Preparation, Patient Dependant Artifacts, System Dependant Artifacts, Environmental Safety, Patient Safety and Comfort.
Course will be held on Saturdays 9am to 4pm, Duration: 5 weeks.  HRS/AHRA/ARRT 21 CE category A credits.

MRI Procedures:  The goal on this course is to introduce the student to the procedures for imaging various anatomical structures utilizing MRI. Emphasis on Neuro, Spine, Body, Musculoskeletal and Vascular Imaging protocols. Normal anatomy will be discussed as well.
Course Outline:  Introduction Neuro, Brain, Cranial Nerves, Pituitary Gland, Introduction Spine, Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Introduction MSK, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Knee, Foot & Ankle, Introduction Body, Upper Abdomen.
Course will be held on Saturdays 9am to 4pm, Duration: 3 weeks. HRS/AHRA/ARRT 6 CE category A credits

MRI Pathology:  This course will be a presentation of the most common pathologies to be found during MRI scanning. The normal anatomy will be compared to the abnormal findings as well. Special imaging techniques will be discussed to demonstrate the pathology. Students will be expected to present cases in class for discussion.
Course Outline:  Introduction Neuro, Brain, Cranial Nerves, Pituitary Gland, Introduction Spine, Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar, Introduction MSK, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Knee, Foot & Ankle, Introduction Body, Upper Abdomen.
Course will be held on Saturdays 9am to 4pm, Duration: 3 weeks.   HRS/AHRA/ARRT 6 CE category A credits.

MRI Advanced Imaging Procedures:  This course is geared to introduce the most advanced imaging procedures and technical developments in MRI today. Emphasis with Neuro, Body, Musculoskeletal and Contrast Enhancement studies.
Course Outline: MR Angiography, Advanced Neuro: Diffusion Weighted Imaging, Perfusion Weighted Imaging, Functional Imaging, MR Spectroscopy, Advanced Body Imaging: Contrast Enhanced MR Angiography, Oral & IV contrast Agents.
Course will be held on Saturdays 9am to 4pm, Duration: 2 weeks.   HRS/AHRA/ARRT 6 CE category A credits.

MR Registry Review: This is an intensive 1 month Registry Review and preparation. It follows the format of the ARRT Examination, with emphasis on Review, questions and answers. Mock Registry Examination will be given and graded.
Course Outline:  Physical Principles of Image Formation, Data Acquisition and Processing, Patient Care and MRI Safety and Imaging Procedures.
Course will be held on Saturdays 9am to 4pm, Duration: 4 weeks.  HRS/AHRA/ARRT 12 CE category A credits

MRI Online Chats/Lectures: This is a weekly one hour LIVE ONLINE interaction with Faculty and fellow students to review educational materials. Mondays 8:00pm to 9:00pm.
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