This Online Orientation should take approximately 30 – 35 minutes. You will also have an opportunity to sign up for Group Advising and/or New Student Orientation after you complete the orientation.
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 Contact Information
Chairperson: James Ferrell
Dept. Assistant: Denise Krisza
Phone: 732.906.2583
Fax: 732.906.7784
Email: JFerrell@middlesexcc.edu
Location: LH 108
 Contact Information
Chairperson: James Ferrell
Dept. Assistant: Denise Krisza
Phone: 732.906.2583
Fax: 732.906.7784
Email: JFerrell@middlesexcc.edu
Location: LH 108

Practical Career Considerations

Important Disclosure Information

The Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, www.jrcert.org, requires that the program provide disclosure statements concerning several important program considerations. Each of these may have significance in the choice of Radiography as a career option. These disclosures are for information purposes only and will not be used as a basis for admission to the program. If you have a concern regarding these PRACTICAL CAREER CONSIDERATIONS, please contact the department chairman, Professor James M. Ferrell.

Practical Career Considerations:

The following Practical Considerations are listed so the student may be better able to assess their career choice in terms of ability to succeed in the program and gain employment in the field:

1. Have written and oral communication skills in the English language to effectively and accurately communicate with patients, peers, supervisors, families and other healthcare members.

2. Have sufficient visual acuity to make radiographic technical adjustments to equipment to produce acceptable radiographs and to assess the completed product for technical accuracy.

3. Have motor skills and strength capable of manipulations and adjustments of patients and equipment.

4. Demonstrate acceptable affective behaviors required by health care employers such as maintaining excellent attendance and integrity and being able to work under pressure.

5. Comprehend and follow clinical policies and procedures related to the profession you choose.