Mission, Goals, and Outcomes: Radiography
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The mission of the Radiography program of Johnston Community College is to graduate safe practitioners capable of performing adequately at the entry level and passing the National Certification Examination.
- Students will be clinically competent.
- Students will appropriately use problem solving and critical thinking skills.
- Students will be able to effectively communicate information.
- Students/Graduates will demonstrate professional growth and development.
- The program will graduate safe and competent practitioners capable of passing the National Certification Examination and securing employment within the profession.
- Students will utilize proper radiation protection.
- Students will adjust technical factors accordingly in reference to varying patient conditions.
- Students will appropriately position patients for examinations.
- Students will modify examination for non routine patients.
- Students will demonstrate competency in mobile radiography.
- Students will effectively communicate with patients.
- Students will utilize effective oral communication.
- Students will maintain a professional appearance.
- Students will be punctual.
- Graduates will demonstrate work ethics.
- Graduates will pass the National Certification/ Licensure Examination
- The program will maintain a consistent graduation rate.
- Graduates will become employed within 6 months of graduation.
- Graduates will be satisfied with educational experience at JCC.
- Employers will be satisfied with the graduates as entry level practitioners.
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