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This program instructs MR Radiologists in the start-up operation of a Signa HDxt 3.0T MR system. Instruction is delivered in two 4-day sessions by a GE MR Applications Specialist at the customer’s facility. This training produces the best results when a core group of 4 MR Radiologists is dedicated to the complete session. It is also critical that key Radiologists are available to review images. In addition, the patient schedule should be modified for the onsite training segment to allow time for instruction.
By the end of the program Radiologists should be able to operate and perform basic to intermediate clinical applications on the Signa HDxt 3.0T system.
This course is designed for MR Radiologists who operate the Signa HDxt 3.0T system.
This course has no prerequisite
Radiographers CPD Endorsement
has been approved by The College of Radiographers
support outcomes 1 - 9 of CPD Now
Our experience clearly shows that the maximum transfer of knowledge occurs when no more than 4 of our participants work with the Applications Specialist throughout the entire training program.
We advise that the personnel selected should fulfill the following criteria:
From an operational standpoint your department will benefit most by selecting those who will be primary operators of the system rather than those in a supervisory/management role.
Comprehensive preparation for the training program is essential to its success. Before training, selected personnel should:
Recommended department conditions:
Note: If for any reason your department is not completely ready, please do not hesitate to reschedule training. Incomplete preparation may compromise the quality of the program.