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Radiologic Technologists: GE TiP-TV courses available at ASRT Store


GE Healthcare's Training in Partnership Television (TiP-TV) programs are now available to radiologic technologists worldwide via the American Society of Radiologic Technologists Store ( http://www.asrt.org/store/

Currently, 17 TiP-TV programs are available, which include a variety of topics in six content areas: computed tomography, leadership, magnetic resonance imaging, mammography, ultrasound, and radiography.

ASRT members will receive a 33% discount on their purchases. Additionally, course participants can earn one ASRT-approved Category A CE credit and one Florida Department of Health credit.

Source: American Society of Radiologic Technologists. (2008, Dec. 8). Retrieved December 12, 2008, from http://https://www.asrt.org/Content/News/PressRoom/PR2008/getiptvcou081208.aspx/

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