ARRT CQR: Do I Really Have to Re-Take My Exam?

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By Cheryl S Turner, EdD, RT, (R)(T), Cheryl S Turner, EdD, RT, and (R)(T). Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.
(1.0 CE Credit) TAKE THE QUIZ! https://rad-cast.com/arrt-cqr-do-i-really-have-to-re-take-my-exam On their website, the ARRT explains that in today’s healthcare environment, patients demand high quality care and accountability from their health care providers—so it’s important for medical professionals to routinely assess their knowledge and skills. By doing so, they become better prepared to meet changing standards. That’s why many credentialing organizations, including ARRT, have created long-term requirements (sometimes called time-limited certification) for maintaining credentials. The ARRT process is called Continuing Qualifications Requirements or CQR. It is designed to help you assess and improve your knowledge—and your ability to provide high-quality patient care. CQR will also help you refresh your understanding of areas in which you might not currently practice. Keywords: radiation therapy, radiography, radiology, nuclear medicine, CT, MRI, continuing education, CE, credit, ARRT, ASRT, CQR, xray, radiation therapist References: https://www.arrt.org/CQR

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