IMGSCI 412 - Preventative Care and Patient Advocacy in Imaging Sciences

IMGSCI 412 PREVENTATIVE CARE AND PATIENT ADVOCACY IN IMAGING SCIENCES (2-0-2)(F/SU). Analysis of preventative care measures provided through medical imaging procedures. Patient care, responsibilities, ethics, and policies required of healthcare providers. PREREQ: Admission to the imaging sciences program. Class Notes: NOTE: This class is part of the online Imaging Sciences Bachelor degree program. Only students who have been admitted to this program may register for this course. MORE INFO at FEES: The cost for a class in this program is on a per-credit basis, whether you attend as a part-time or full-time student. These fees do not provide students access to the Student Recreation Center, University Health Services, or tickets to athletic events. Fee waivers do not apply to this class. ONLINE REQUIREMENTS : Excellent time management and computer/Internet literacy skills. Regular access to a computer with reliable/high-speed Internet access. For courses lasting 5-7 weeks, expect to spend between 5.5-9 hours per credit each week on classwork and interacting with students and instructor. Read course introduction email sent from instructor to your BroncoMail account by the first day of class. MORE INFO at Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: Admission to the imaging sciences program.
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