Assessment Plan Template
Program B.S. in Nuclear Medicine
Assessment Coordinator for the program Arthur Meyers
Department(...
Assessment plan for Nuclear Medicine Program
Student learning outcomes for the program
1. Understand and appreciate the me...
Curriculum Alignment of student learning outcomes
Where is the information introduced, enriched and /or reinforced
in the ...
Evidence used to assess Student Learning Outcomes over the 5 year period of this plan
Student Learning Methods/ Instrument...
Dissemination of information over 5 year period
Student learning outcomes Who will analyze data When, where, and how will
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Dissemination of information over 5 year period
Student learning outcomes Who will analyze data When, where, and how will
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  1. 1. Assessment Plan Template Program B.S. in Nuclear Medicine Assessment Coordinator for the program Arthur Meyers Department(s) or Interdisciplinary Council Responsible for the Program Health Physics Five-Year Implementation Dates (2004-2005 to 2009-2010) Is this program accredited by an external organization? No X Yes, and the organization is Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology . NOTE: The program may submit the most recent self study assessment documents/information in substitution for this plan.
  2. 2. Assessment plan for Nuclear Medicine Program Student learning outcomes for the program 1. Understand and appreciate the medical uses, safety concerns and biological effects of radioactivity 2. Competently perform diagnostic and therapeutic nuclear medicine procedures on patients 3. Understand and perform computer analysis and quality control procedures for equipment utilized in nuclear medicine facilities 4. Understand the characteristics of various radiopharmaceuticals and their use in anatomical and physiological assessment of various organ systems in nuclear medicine 5. Understand the anatomy, electrophysiology, coronary artery distribution and blood flow of the heart and lungs using radioactive tracers 6. Be able to prepare, calibrate and administer radioactive doses to patients 7. Understand and identify various tissue densities as presented by different diagnostic modalities 8. Understand and be able to deal with various patient care issues such as infection control, universal body and fluid precautions, medical emergencies, body mechanics and vital signs 9. Understand how the health care system, hospitals and outpatient facilities function and their impact on the field of nuclear medicine
  3. 3. Curriculum Alignment of student learning outcomes Where is the information introduced, enriched and /or reinforced in the courses required in the program? Student Learning Outcomes Required courses Information level 1, 8 Rad 100 I 1 HPS 102 I 2, 3, 8 Rad 117 I 1 HPS 420 E, R 2, 3, 4 Nuc 315 I, E 1, 4, 6 Nuc 320 E, R 1, 2, 5 Nuc 387 E, R 1,2,3,4 Nuc 450 E, R 2, 3, 4 Nuc 484 E, R 7 CMI 376 I, E 9 CMI 479 E, R 1-9 CMI 490 I, E, R 1,2,3,7, 8 Nuc 480 E, R I = Introduction E = Enriched R = Reinforced
  4. 4. Evidence used to assess Student Learning Outcomes over the 5 year period of this plan Student Learning Methods/ Instrument When and where Method/Instrument Outcomes be administrated and collected 1, 2, 3 Q & E, CP, LE Each semester 4, 5, 6 NRE After graduation from program 7, 8, 9 All student learning outcomes identified are evaluated by quizzes and exams (Q & E) Clinical practicum (CP), and Laboratory exercises (LE) each semester Upon graduation student take the national registry examination (NRE) which again Will evaluate all student learning outcomes
  5. 5. Dissemination of information over 5 year period Student learning outcomes Who will analyze data When, where, and how will Results be disseminated 1, 2, 3 4, 5 Instructor of course Each semester, In class Grade sheets 6, 7, 8, 9 Program Director During advisement, When student is deficient Clinical coordinator Each semester in clinic Competency evaluation forms Clinical supervisor Each semester, in clinic Competency evaluation forms NM Advisory committee biannually Meet at University Minutes are reported to Clinical affiliates and JRCNMT Joint Review Committee On Accreditation of NMT Every 5 years Site visitation of Program Assessment report Identifying strengths And weakness of Program and overall Evaluation is written And sent to University Administration
  6. 6. Dissemination of information over 5 year period Student learning outcomes Who will analyze data When, where, and how will Results be disseminated 1, 2, 3 4, 5 Instructor of course Each semester, In class Grade sheets 6, 7, 8, 9 Program Director During advisement, When student is deficient Clinical coordinator Each semester in clinic Competency evaluation forms Clinical supervisor Each semester, in clinic Competency evaluation forms NM Advisory committee biannually Meet at University Minutes are reported to Clinical affiliates and JRCNMT Joint Review Committee On Accreditation of NMT Every 5 years Site visitation of Program Assessment report Identifying strengths And weakness of Program and overall Evaluation is written And sent to University Administration

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