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Elsevier, ASRT to Provide Multi-Media Educational Modules

August 19, 2010
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Elsevier, the Amsterdam-based publisher of scientific, technical, and medical information products and services, today announced an exclusive partnership with The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) (Albuquerque, N.M.) to provide a series of computed tomography modules through Mosby's Imaging Suite for technologists' continuing education. This partnership will provide technologists access to continuing education, and will give hospital management the best tools to ensure patient safety.

Mosby's Imaging Suite is the first fully integrated, online solution developed to meet the routine communication, workflow, education, and compliance challenges of radiologic technologists and managers. Hospitals will be able to licence the CT Basics modules through Mosby's Imaging Suite, and allow access to the entire radiological staff.

Composed of 10 interactive modules, the CT Basics series provides radiologic technologists (RTs) with a full overview of the fundamentals of computed tomography. The modules feature colorful images with easy-to-understand animations that engage participants in the learning process. The complete package covers a broad range of CT topics, including fundamentals of CT; equipment and instrumentation; data acquisition, applications, imaging processing and reconstruction; patient safety, imaging quality, procedures; and sectional anatomy and pathology.


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