Technologists who earn credentials from ARRT must routinely assess their knowledge and skills, so they remain prepared to meet changing health care standards. That's why ARRT created the Continuing Qualifications Requirements (CQR) process.

CQR applies to any credentials earned after January 1, 2011, and to all Registered Radiologist Assistant (R.R.A.) credentials. You'll complete CQR every 10 years for each eligible discipline, and you'll have three years to complete the process.

ARRT has discussed the concept of time-limited certifications (such as CQR) in ARRT Rules and Regulations for more than a decade. To explain the details of CQR, ARRT has created a fourth governing document: ARRT Continuing Qualifications Requirements. In accordance with ARRT's practice of soliciting input on governing documents, they're giving you the chance to comment. Keep in mind: ARRT is not asking whether you support CQR. They are asking for comments on the specific policies that are part of CQR.

View the Continuing Qualifications Requirements here. Then access the survey to respond. Comments must be received by October 10, 2018.

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