RAIT 455 Nuclear Medicine Concept Integration • 2 Cr.
Brings together the different aspects of nuclear medicine practice and provides the student with an opportunity to integrate theory and practice. Using a series of scenarios, students prepare short papers and participate in discussions on how they would handle each situation. This course is intended to meet the degree requirements of the Nuclear Medicine concentration of the Radiation & Imaging Sciences program. Prerequisites: Admission to the Radiation & Imaging Sciences program or permission of the Program Chair.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Starting from the scenario given, identify issues relevant to nuclear medicine practice and comment on how each might be dealt with.
- Synthesize information learned in a variety of settings into a comprehensive approach to the scenario presented.
- Discriminate between issues that are pertinent to a particular scenario and those that are peripheral to it.
- Actively participate in class discussions on each scenario, and where appropriate, justify and/or defend one’s position.