Missions, Goals, and Outcomes: Radiography
The mission of the Radiologic Science Division of Johnston Community College is to graduate safe Practitioners capable of performing adequately at the entry level and passing the National Certification Examination.
Program Goals and Outcomes
Students will be clinically competent.
- Students will utilize proper radiation protection.
- Students will appropriately position patients for examinations.
Students will appropriately use problem solving and critical thinking skills.
- Students will modify examination for non-routine patients.
- Students will evaluate images for adequate diagnostic quality.
Students will be able to effectively communicate information.
- Students will effectively communicate with patients.
- Students will utilize effective oral communication.
Students/Graduates will demonstrate professionalism and professional growth and development.
- Students/Graduates will demonstrate professional behavior.
- Students/Graduates will demonstrate work ethic.
Program Effectiveness Measures
- Graduates will pass the National Certification/ Licensure Examination
- The program will maintain a consistent graduation rate.
- Graduates will become employed within 12 months of graduation.
- Graduates will be satisfied with educational experience at JCC.
- Employers will be satisfied with the graduates as entry level practitioners.
Ann P. Jackson
Department Chair of Imaging Programs
Office: Health F172A
Phone: (919) 209-2156