Just an interesting note- a few years back I was a "multimodality tech"-
CNMT, RDMS, RVT working in MRI.  When I wanted to sit for the ARRT MRI
boards, I was denied- my credentials weren't recognized by the ARRT!  But if
I had taken the ARRT Nuc Med boards when I graduated from college (I had
opted to take the more recognized, more difficult NMTCB boards) I would have
been allowed to sit for the MRI boards no questions asked.  I found it
ironic also that the xray tech that I trained in MRI passed those boards
easily.  The ARRT may be the "gold standard" credential for xray, but as far
as any other modalities are concerned, forget it!

-----Original Message-----
From: Douglas Marcum [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, November 01, 2002 1:08 PM
To: [log in to unmask]
Subject: Re: ARRT- VS

I agree with Johns statement in regards to ARDMS vs. ARRT, etc.  The gold
standard is my comment and in no way am I implying that the ARDMS takes this
stand (as the "gold standard")  I guess being a purist as well, I am
saddened every time I hear that same story in regards to the ARRT boards
being much "easier" than the ARDMS.

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>From: "John K. Jain"
>Reply-To: UVM Flownet
>To: [log in to unmask]
>Subject: Re: ARRT- VS
>Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2002 10:02:50 -0500
>The point has been made. The ARDMS is obviously the ultimate credential. If

>one cannot pass the exam but can go and take another and pass "with flying
>colors". One who holds the ARDMS credentials has therefore much more
>didactic knowledge regarding the practice of ultrasonography than the one
>who holds another credential. The ARDMS is therefore the defacto "gold
>standard" and all those who cannot pass the exam but go on to pass another
>continue to validate the assertion.
>Kudos to all who hold the ARDMS credential and don't give up to those who
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