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OSRT Advocates for Ohio Technologists

OSRT Advocacy Update

As a member benefit, the OSRT will be sending out quarterly newsletters to keep its members informed about Ohio legislation efforts we are watching that impact our practice.

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Congratulations to Award Winners

Congratulations to all 2020 Awardees!

OSRT Foundation Grants and Awards  
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COVID-19 Pandemic
Philip W. Ballinger Student Assessment Exam
Melissa Adkins, R.T.
Dayton, OH
Philip W. Ballinger Grant
Aaron Holm, R.T.
Shaker Heights, OH
Ohio State Radiological Society (OSRS)
Nicole Hentsch, S.T.
Zane State College
Ohio State Radiological Society (OSRS)

Will Griffin, S.T.
Cuyahoga Community College
Western Campus

W. Lee Shadle Memorial Grant
Faith Jackson, S.T.
Sinclair Community College
W. Lee Shadle Memorial Grant
Jennifer Bell, S.T.
Northern Kentucky University
OSRT ERF Honors Grant
Jessica Welborn, S.T.
The Ohio State University
OSRT ERF Honors Grant
Tamara Manning-Kabat, S.T.
Cuyahoga Community College
OSRT ERF Honors Grant
Peter Ryan, S.T.
Cleveland Clinic School of
Diagnostic Imaging
OSRT ERF Honors Grant
Lauren Black, S.T.
Columbus State Community College
Mary E. Adkins 1st Place Essay Award
Board and Member Voted Awards for Outstanding Service to OSRT
Lauren Huffman, R.T.
Zanesville, OH
Technologist of the Year Award
Jay Ball, R.T.
Independence, OH
OSRT Life Member Award

 

Unsung Heroes

Who are our front-line heroes?

ASRT03 RTwithPatient wDuring these challenging times and in the midst of a global health crisis, who are our front-line heroes? ASRT11 CTSimulationRT w

You might be surprised to learn that radiologic technologists play an important role in the diagnosis and treatment of the Coronavirus.
Chest X-rays and CT scans are critical diagnostic tools in identifying the pneumonialike complications of the Coronavirus. When patients are placed on ventilators for breathing assistance, radiologic technologists perform imaging procedures so appropriate placement can be verified.

Each of these imaging procedures is performed by a professional known as a radiologic technologist. Radiation therapists are also essential workers on the front-lines in the fight against cancer. Their work with oncology patients is crucial, and it continues every day, even during a pandemic.

So let’s give a big salute to the doctors, nurses, and other hardworking health-care professionals. But here’s a special tip of the hat to the more than 15,000 registered and certified radiologic technologists making a difference for patients every day in the state of Ohio. To us, they’re unsung heroes, and we offer our heartfelt thanks for everything they do!

Judith Miller,
President, Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists

Stop Senseless Violence

Within our mission to enhance the quality of patient care, the Ohio Society of Radiologic Technologists recognizes that excessive police violence, specifically toward the black and brown communities, is a critical contributor to preventable and costly injury, and premature morbidity and death. We support these communities and the victims of senseless violence while we work to increase equity and inclusion. As health care professionals, we prioritize the life and health of all humans, and will continue to deliver quality medical imaging and radiotherapeutic procedures for all patients.

OSRT Wants You-Volunteer Now!

Want to volunteer or serve on a committee for your state professional society? OSRT seeks your support and invites you to be involved.

Learn More!