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November 10-11, 2022

GXMO - Didactic Course - Virtual

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This course is approved by the Ohio Department of Health for 16 hours for initial licensing and 12 hours of continuing education credit.

There will be a one hour break for lunch on Thursday and Friday from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Materials/Text Book

The required text book for all registrants taking this courses for initial licensure is the text book, Radiology Essentials for Limited Practice, 4th Edition by Eugene D. Frank, Bruce W. Long, Ruth Ann Ehrlich Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences Pub. Date: 2013 **Please note this is not required for registrants taking this for CE credit**  IF YOU ARE AN INITIAL COURSE REGISTRANT, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BUY THE TEXT BOOK.

GXMO Didactic Course, November 10-11, 2022 - Click Here for a Brochure - Course will be Virtual

The content and curriculum have been developed by the OFAMF and approved by the Ohio Department of Health, all instruction and handouts are the intellectual property of the OFAMF and may not be duplicated, tape recorded or video-taped.

 

 

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Add to Calendar aCLuDhaqizCaPxAftmqF167204 11/10/2022 11/11/2022 true America/New York GXMO - Didactic Course - Virtual This course is approved by the Ohio Department of Health for 16 hours for initial licensing and 12 hours of continuing education credit. There will be a one hour break for lunch on Thursday and Friday from 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Materials/Text Book The required text book for all registrants taking this courses for initial licensure is the text book, Radiology Essentials for Limited Practice, 4th Edition by Eugene D. Frank, Bruce W. Long, Ruth Ann Ehrlich Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences Pub. Date: 2013 **Please note this is not required for registrants taking this for CE credit**  IF YOU ARE AN INITIAL COURSE REGISTRANT, IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO BUY THE TEXT BOOK. GXMO Didactic Course, November 10-11, 2022 - Click Here for a Brochure - Course will be Virtual The content and curriculum have been developed by the OFAMF and approved by the Ohio Department of Health, all instruction and handouts are the intellectual property of the OFAMF and may not be duplicated, tape recorded or video-taped.     GoToWebinar