I would like to recommend a paid CT resource page which I feel will benefit anyone looking to pass the AART CT registry exam.
CTtutor.com strives to bring fun to learning. We have spent years developing a comprehensive e-training course to improve technologists’ skills in all subject areas of computed tomography. The curriculum was developed by our team of experienced educators and technologists. Technologists and students have extensively tested the curriculum for its effectiveness in preparing for the clinical environment and the ARRT* registry exam.
I was just was made aware of a continuing education site I think you should check out. It’s a very straight forward, easy to navigate site, and all the credits are approved by the ASRT.
Here’s the link: ce4rt Getting continuing education is now easier for radiologic technologists who are busy and on the go. And finally there are courses that are made for you and your profession instead of physician books that are out of your scope of practice. No more sitting in seminars all day or snail mailing books to get credits. We have unique courses offering a variety of credits to meet your needs. At CE4RT.com we offer easy and affordable continuing education you can get on your smartphone, tablet, or PC you can get right now and have your credits today.
I hope you find it useful, and comments are welcomed.
Update to this post, I didn’t realize it but I had already had this site in my continuing education pages under XRayCeRT, it seems Jason Eisenbeisz has updated his link. I hope this doesn’t cause any problems, and I encourage you to visit his site.
The Educational site of the Radiological Society of the Netherlands
I found this website while I was looking for radiology websites today. Its a phenomenal education site from the Netherlands.
This is a description of the site: The Radiology Assistant is an initiative of the radiologist Robin Smithuis for the Radiology Society of the Netherlands to provide up-to-date radiological education for radiology residents and radiologists. The Radiology Assistant is a non-profit organization. Our goal is to provide education in radiology and to help medical care in South East Asia. The free availability of this information reflects the commitment of the Radiology Assistant to provide knowledge to a wide audience. We focus on common clinical problems in which imaging plays a major role in the management of the patient.
The subjects are presented by experts in the field.