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Everyone's Going Digital... What About Me?

Everyone's Going Digital... What About Me?

Everyone's Going Digital... What About Me?

Amy S. Lang, B.A., R.T.R.
Amy S. Lang, B.A., R.T.R.
on behalf of VetRadCE

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Launch date: 25 Aug 2015

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Last updated: 26 Aug 2015

Duration: 1h 0m
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f you are getting the feeling that everyone's digital already except you it's not true. But, it is the future of veterinary radiography. This course covers some digital terminology and what it means; a discussion of some of the equipment available; some recommendations by the author as to which features you might want; where to go for additional assistance; and some questions to ask yourself about your practice that may help you decide if going digital is right for you.

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To be able to decide if going digital is right for you.
Amy S. Lang, B.A., R.T.R.

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Amy S. Lang, B.A., R.T.R.
on behalf of VetRadCE

As an educator and technologist in veterinary radiography for more than twenty years, Amy has enjoyed teaching students and radiographing animal patients. After being a pre-vet student as far back as she can remember, Amy became interested in x-ray work and decided to try and combine the two passions. Amy's bachelor's degree from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa and her degree in Radiologic Technology from North Central Technical College in Wausau, Wisconsin both helped her get a job as a tech and instructor at the University of Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in 1984 where she has been since.

Sixteen years ago, Amy started consulting work helping Wisconsin veterinary clinics troubleshoot their x-ray equipment and making technique charts. Going out into the "real world" helps Amy know how to prepare veterinary students for what they will encounter when they get out in practice. It's also fun and rewarding working with graduates after they leave the University of Wisconsin!

Over the years, Amy has done a little writing and speaking professionally. A few years ago, she decided it was time to start writing down everything she knew about radiographing animal patients. Amy wanted to provide information to anyone who wanted to know as much as they could about various radiographic exams. She wanted to pass on positioning and technique setting tips that you won't find in basic textbooks. While the textbooks that are out there are good, they have a large variety of information to cover. In the spring of 2008, the idea for this website came to Amy. Since VetRadCE.com is her site, Amy can pick and choose what she wants to include, but very much welcomes ideas of what participants would like to see on here!

The courses on this site are meant to assist veterinary professionals in producing good quality radiographs and perhaps learn some views they may not already know how to do. Amy's goal is to help everyone interested in doing a more complete job diagnosing and documenting abnormalities in their patients. It is also her goal to help veterinarians and technicians obtain CE credits they need to stay knowledgeable and up-to-date with their accreditation.

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