Online Fluoroscopy Course
Our online fluoroscopy courses combine the fluoroscopy safety training you need with the convenience and flexibility of online classes. Available in 2, 4, and 10-hour options. Fluoroscopy continuing education credits available.
ASRT ACCREDITATION AVAILABLE
SATISFY STATE FLUOROSCOPY REGULATIONS
2, 4, AND 10HR COURSE OPTIONS
Learning objectives for this 2-hour long course include the process of x-ray production, a comparison of fluoroscopy imaging characteristics to traditional radiography, and the functions and benefits of modern fluoroscopy.
Review the production of x-rays, what contributes to their energy and intensity characteristics, as well as how filtration can be used and the effects of filtration on the image and the dose to the patient. Earn 5.5 Category A ASRT CEC upon completion.
The 10-hr comprehensive training includes content from the 2 and 4 hour courses and will educate the participant on x-ray production, the fluoroscopy system, personnel protection, patient protection, regulations, and radiation safety culture.
How it Works
1. Participants complete all of the chapter lectures associated with each module. Each module must be successfully completed before the subsequent module will be made available.
2. Then, participants complete the chapter quiz at the end of each chapter. 80% or higher on each chapter quiz must be achieved for successful completion.
3. Complete the course evaluation at the end of the last module in order to receive your continuing education credits.
4. A digital certificate will be awarded upon completion of the online fluoroscopy course.
Frequently Asked Questions
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Will the online fluoroscopy course certify me as a technologist or operator?
No. All of our fluoroscopy courses are designed for current physicians, techs, nurse practitioners, and operators.
How do I choose which accreditation I want?
Our 4-hour course is accredited by ASRT. If you are in need of ASRT CEs, simply select the ASRT 4-hour course at checkout to receive the appropriate credits.
Can I purchase this course for someone in my practice?
Absolutely! When filling out the registration form, simply list the person who will be taking the course by including their full name and email address to ensure they receive their username and login instructions.
I would like to make a group purchase of courses. How do I do that?
To purchase courses for a group, please contact email@example.com. We will generate an invoice for you and request the individual names and email address for each participant via email.
I tried to purchase a course, but I don't know if the payment went through. How can I tell?
If you’re unsure if your payment was successful, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. They will be able to let you know of your payment status.
I purchased the course, but not longer have the link to it. Where do I go to access the course?
All of your purchased courses are available by going to https://access.versantphysics.com and logging in with the username and password you created during registration.
How do I obtain my credits at the end of the course?
In order to receive your earned fluoroscopy continuing education credits, you must complete the course evaluation at the end of the final module. Completing this evaluation signals our team to submit your name for the number of credits earned to the appropriate accrediting agency.
I completed the course evaluation and have not received my credits.
It can take up to 5 business days to receive your credits. If the appropriate amount of time has passed and you still have not received your credits, please contact email@example.com to open a ticket.
Does this course fulfill my state's requirements?
Our fluoroscopy continuing education courses fulfill the requirements for different states. Click on the “Course Recommendations by State” button above to find your state and determine which course is right for you. If you have additional questions please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.