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Limited Radiography, OEC

Program Overview

The Limited Radiography program is designed to teach non-imaging health care professionals such as ChAPs, CNAs, MAs, and RNs to take radiologic images. The course is entirely distance delivered using Blackboard, UAA's online course management system.

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What is a limited radiographer?

Limited radiographers perform X-ray examinations within a limited scope and work under the direct supervision of a registered radiologic technologist, physician, and physician's assistant. The limited radiographer is prepared with the technical skills to perform examinations and provide the physician with diagnostic images of the skeletal system.