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BTW... not having looked into the particulars.. Does anyone know if  
this is something the ARDMS is going to notify each registrant  
personally, or are we expected to go to their website and proactively  
investigate... Hate to ASSume!

D

Doug Marcum
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On May 19, 2010, at 9:23 AM, Nancy Williams <[log in to unmask] 
 > wrote:

> From the ARDMS home page
> ..."that ARDMS should have a measurable way to assure that Registrants
> are knowledgeable in current day practice. Continuing Medical  
> Education
> (CME) credits alone cannot prove that an ARDMS Registrant continues to
> meet the minimum core sonography clinical skills in present day
> practice;..."
>
> So in effect what the ARDMS is stating is that for the past twenty  
> years
> the work I have been doing every day, combined with my daily clinical
> applications and the mandatory CME's was, what? a waste of my time? I
> agree that someone who is not working cannot hope to keep their skill
> level up by doing CME's, but to tell hard working technologists that
> their experience on the job everyday is not proof enough that they  
> meet
> the " minimum core sonography clinical skills in present day  
> practice;"
> is insane! I measure my technologists core sonography skills every  
> day.
> They have to be certified, they have to do CME's and even still I do a
> rigorous QA and now I have to tell them that there is yet another hoop
> they have to jump through? Oy Vey!
>
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