Diagnostic Radiology (RAD 1501)
Course Director: Kristen Bishop, M.D.
Coordinator: Mercedes Jackson, email@example.com
- Provide a broader understanding of the principles of radiology and a familiarity with the many diagnostic techniques available, their values and limitation, and how they may best be used in the management of the patient
- Train in the basic skills of roentgen interpretation, with emphasis on chest and abdomen
Methods of Instruction
- Didactic (schedule, topic, faculty)
- Clinical (schedule, faculty teaching, house staff teaching. No patient contact)
Each student is assigned a “Personal Unknown,” which must be presented and discussed during the course.
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