TN X-RAY BOARD
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These activities are for radiologic technologists (RT) or any state x-ray license that requires ARRT Category A approval. Articles now AVAILABLE are listed under Navigation then Courses on the right and range from 1 to 6 continuing education credits. Click on Courses to see available activities. Click on the small (i) on each activity to see the expiration date and the number of available CE credits.
The Tennessee Medical and Osteopathic Boards now require that 2 of the required 20 biennial Continuing Education (CE) credits pertain to appropriate Tennessee Board Rules, Ethics, Sexual boundaries, and other related topics. These hours must also include content related to the ARRT Standards of Ethics for fully certified licensees. (RTs with a Tennessee x-ray license) This required ARRT Category A special 2 credit article is on this site..click on the shopping cart to enter our store.
No. Although X-Ray News tracks successful course completion, neither the ARRT® nor the ASRT allows CE providers like X-Ray News to report an activity to them on your behalf.
If you are a member of the ASRT, the ASRT will track and transfer credits to the ARRT® on your behalf during your reporting period. You are responsible for sending copies of your certificates to the ASRT so that they can track and report your activity. More information about the ASRT's track and transfer options are available on the ASRT website.
You will have 3 attempts to successfully complete a test. A score of 75% or higher is needed to pass.