This course is designed to enhance the knowledge of Radiographers and Bone Density technologists. This course will discuss the formation and structure of the skeletal system and common diseases and disorders that affect bone.It will recognize the various factors that affect the overall health of the bones as well as discuss the measures that can be taken on a professional, personal and within the health-care system to address the issue of bone health.
Participants of this course can access the information in two different methods:
FULL REPORT Or Download report as a single file - [PDF 24.5MB]
No password needed.
PDF file will be sent:
Bone Health and Osteoporosis: A Report of the Surgeon General U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; Public Health Service, Office of the Surgeon General, Rockville, MD.
This course includes a post-test with 120 multiple-choice questions. All testing materials will be sent via email.
The post-test is available online atwww.classmarker.com. A username and password will be sent upon purchase. The answer sheet can also be faxed back if preferred. A temporary certificate will be available for printing upon passing the post-test. A permanent certificate will be sent via email.
This course is approved by the ASRT until 6/1/2019.
ARRT ® Post-Primary Certification Compliance
This course has been reviewed by the ARRT ® and complies with the structured educational requirement since its content pertains to the discipline of Bone Density. The content of this course meets the current requirements for the Bone Densitometry post-primary examination.
Your Bone Health and Osteoporosis Facts E-Book and Test Course Number - 5001EBT $100.00
Course will be sent as an attachment through email.
Please include the full name of the participant - and a valid email address when ordering this course for online testing under NOTES TO SELLER. An email will be sent with Username and Password for access.
“This activity may be available in multiple formats or from different sponsors. ARRT regulations state that an individual may not repeat a self-learning activity for credit if it was reported in the same or any subsequent biennium.”