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NDSRT 70th Annual Conference
The 70th annual conference is being held in Bismarck, ND on April 3rd and 4th of 2020. It will be at the Radisson Hotel at 605 E Broadway Ave. Reserve your hotel today with the link here.
REMINDER: ARRT Has Revised Our Policy Regarding CE Requirements
Published on 8/12/2019
ARRT reminds R.T.s that we've changed our policy about using newly earned credentials to satisfy biennial continuing education (CE) requirements.
If you've earned a new credential, or if you're working on one, and your current biennium began after Jan. 1, 2018:
- You may submit the approved educational activities you completed while working on the credential (for example, structured education) to help satisfy your biennial CE requirement.
- The activities must meet our Category A or A+ requirements or be approved academic courses - whether you pursued your credential through ARRT, the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board (NMTCB), the American Registry for Diagnostic Medican Sonography, or the American Board of Imaging Informatics.
- You don't earn CE for the credential itself.
ARRT first began communicating to R.T.s about this change in 2016. If your current biennium began before Jan. 1, 2018, you may still submit a credential instead of individual educational activities. That option will expire when your current biennium ends.
We made the change to emphasize educational activities rather than the credentials themselves.
Questions? Call us 651.637.0048, ext. 8540.
Student Essays Press Release
The North Dakota Society of Radiologic Technologists proudly announces Katie Schulte and Samuel Scattarella as the student representatives to attend the Educational Symposium and Annual Governance and House of Delegates Meeting. Please read the press release with the student essays.
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Visit the MemberPlanet photo gallery to see photos from the conference!
The proposed NDMIRT legislation, SB2198, was passed and signed by the governor on March 15, 2017!
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Message from the Board:
Over the past two years the NDSRT Board of Directors has worked to keep the homepage of this website updated with the most current information that we should communicate. We hope it will serve as an informative resource for all imaging and therapy technologists in the state of North Dakota. It is our plan to update the website about 4 times a year, after each board meeting. We hope you notice the difference.
This past year has kept us all quite busy. The main focus of the board is to collectively work on monitoring the licensure process to provide feedback and input to the licensure board whenever possible to help guide the process. It is very important that imaging and therapy professionals of the state stay engaged and provide guidance in the process. Currently the North Dakota Imaging and Radiation Therapy Board of Examiners (NDMIRTBE) is in the process of establishing the Administrative Rules relating to state licensure. Access the link on this page to visit the NDMIRTBE website to find out about the recent activities of the licensing board.
We do need your help. It is imperative that we represent a substantial percentage of our constituency. At the present time we only have about 1/10th of the Registered Technologists in our state as members of the NDSRT. We will have a stronger voice in legislative and licensure processes as they develop if we have an engaged and numerous membership to represent. If you are not an NDSRT member please consider joining today, if you are a member – Thank You! Please encourage other professionals you work with to also become a member.
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Outstanding Grass-roots Advocacy Awards
NDSRT is honored to have received the 2016 ASRT Award for Outstanding Affiliate Grass-roots Advocacy Award. This award is given each year to an ASRT affiliate society that has demonstrated outstanding legislative or regulatory advocacy efforts on behalf of the radiologic sciences community. Additionally, NDSRT Member Ann Bell-Pfeifer, B.S., R.T.(R)(M)(QM) has been awarded the 2016 ASRT Award for Outstanding Individual Grass-roots Advocacy. This award is given to a radiologic technologist who has performed outstanding legislative or regulatory advocacy efforts on behalf of the radiologic sciences community.