Posts Tagged ‘thexraychic’

Julie Irving, RT (R)(M)(CT), CPC

Through the years working as a radiologic technologist, and teaching in the field of radiography I have kept my eyes and ears open for stories of people that have done amazing things with their skill set.  I have been known to say “be a master of your craft, whatever that may be”.  I was very [...]

The Inside Scoop!

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So You Think You’ve Got Skills! Check This Action Out!

Every year as a Thank You to our clinical instructors we host a C.I. retreat. We try to incorporate sharing experiences, learning something new, and most importantly fun! In past years we have done outings with beautiful scenery, fantastic food, and amazing people. This year we changed it up a bit and included some team [...]

Radiographic Positioning for the PA Wrist

Radiographic Positioning for the Oblique Hand

THE ART OF RADIOGRAPHY

Here’s a look at my Art Prize exhibit.  ArtPrize is a radically open competition. Open to any artist in the world who can find space. Open to anybody in Grand Rapids, Michigan who wants to create a venue. Open to a vote from anyone who attends. I have been very fortunate and have my piece [...]

What does your Large Intestine look like?

What a fantastic technique! I will be adding this to my tricks, there’s no telling what this girl’s got up her sleeves :) Thanks JEREMY ENFINGER for your work!

Radiographic Positioning for the PA Hand

Radiolopolis Get Together and the RSNA

Here’s a picture from the RSNA.  I am proudly wearing the t-shirt I received from the Radiolopolis get together I attended on Sunday evening. Thanks to Roland for hosting the meet and greet for the Radiolopolis members.  You can check out the radiolopolis group at www.radiolopolis.com

I’m Back!

Thanks for being patient while I’ve been away.  I have finished up the classes I was taking and am now focusing on teaching and keeping up with my online social network. I stumbled accross a new website www.radiolopolis.com.  It is an excellent site for other radiology educators.  The site is set up like facebook for people who [...]

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