Ultrasound Clinical I (DGMS-236)
2013 Fall 
Location: All Locations Listed

Description: This course introduces the clinical component of Diagnostic Medical Sonography with supervised clinical experience in an approved clinical facility. The first eight weeks of the program consists of a laboratory setting where basic scanning techniques, methods, and procedures are observed and demonstrated in DGMS 223. The following nine weeks the student is responsible for completing assigned clinical hours at an approved clinical facility where they participate in departmental activities under direct supervision of a diagnostic medical sonographer. Prerequisites: A graduate of an accredited two-year AMA or AMA equivalent allied health education program that is patient care related (includes but not limited to radiography, nursing,respiratory, occupational or physical therapy) or Bachelors degree with prerequisite coursework or by approval of the Program Coordinator.

Textbook information can be found here.
DGMS-236-WE01D
10/14/2013 - 12/20/2013 On-Site Clinical C. Hoffmann, C. Sloat
Lab Time: 8:00AM - 4:00PM Days: TRF Seats: 4

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