Ohio Department of Health (ODH)
All individuals looking to pursue and practice a career in the radiologic sciences (ie. Radiographer, Nuclear Medicine Technologist, Radiation Therapist and General X-ray Machine Operator) in the state of Ohio must hold a valid radiologic license.
To learn more, use the following resource links to find information about licensure and Ohio rules and regulations regarding radiation and radiation workers:
Ohio Department of Health Radiation 72 Rules: Chapter 3701-72 X-ray Machine Operators, Radiographers, Radiation Therapists, an Nuclear Medicaine Technologists: Licensing and Education Programs"
Continuing professional education opportunities are provided for all radiologic technologists (RTs), radiation therapists, and general x-ray machine operators (GXMOs). OSRT's Annual Meeting is a rich resource for continuing education. OSRT is in the process of planning CE events so check back for more information.
Also available are health-related articles from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). These are selected to enhance your personal and professional learning--please note, these posted articles are not approved for CE credit). Read More
The OSRT Education and Research Foundation (OSRTERF) strives to maximize fundraising through innovative strategies in order to offer scholarship and research opportunities to encourage academic achievement. The mission of the OSRTERF is to fund students and professionals engaged in education and research to promote the highest quality patient care. The Foundation’s Vision is to promote professional excellence through scholarly pursuits across the radiologic science practice arena in Ohio.
Grants and Scholarships are awarded on the basis of merit, academic ability and financial need. Applicants may be registered or student technologists who are members of OSRT at the time of application and at the time of the Annual Meeting. If you are not yet a member, click Join Now. For more information about individual grants and scholarships, click Education and Research Grants.
The American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT®) is the national representative and governing body of medical personnel who perform diagnostic imaging exams and who administer ionizing radiation for therapeutic treatments. As an affiliate organization of the ASRT, OSRT holds a charter agreement and shares a common mission and purpose with the ASRT. OSRT is dedicated to the advancement of radiologic technology, the establishment and maintenance of high standards of education, the elevation of the quality of patient care, and the improvement of the welfare and socio-economics of radiologic technologists. Read more about ASRT®
Radiation safety is a set of practices and standards developed and used to promote safety when working with or near radiation. It follows the guiding principle of ALARA or “As Low As Reasonably Achievable.” The OSRT is committed to the education of the public and medical radiation personnel of the potential dangers of radiation. Education includes safe and effective use of ionizing radiation and dispelling common myths regarding the effects and risks.
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