Program Goals

Program Philosophy
The Trinity Radiography Program prepares competent ethical and culturally sensitive radiographers that contribute to the global health care community.
 
Core Values
All enrolled students have the ability and desire to learn and deserve equal educational opportunities and treatment regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, disability and national origin.
  • A quality curriculum provides measurable outcomes and learning activities that promote the synthesis of theory, use of current technology, competent clinical practice and professional values.
  • All enrolled students have the ability and desire to learn and deserve equal educational opportunities and treatment regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, disability and national origin.
  • Learning occurs best when students are active participants in structured, guided clinical and didactic experiences utilizing active learning and adult teaching techniques. The curriculum incorporates communication, humanities, social, mathematics, and biologic sciences to support and enhance radiography education and practice.
  • The student’s desire to learn is supported by a safe and progressive learning environment rich in experiences that address intellectual, creative, emotional, and physical needs.
  • An education should promote the recognition, sensitivity, and appreciation of the diverse culture that is inherent throughout the global health care community.
  • The graduate earns the opportunity to seek certification and licensure as a registered radiographer, to offer a significant contribution in the health care community and to enhance avenues for lifelong learning.
     
Program Goals
The Trinity Radiography Program provides enrolled students equal opportunity to achieve excellence in radiographic imaging and professionalism within a dynamic health care delivery system.


PROFESSIONAL COMPETENCE

Goal 1: Practice As Competent Entry-Level Radiographers.
Outcome: produce quality diagnostic radiographic images.
Outcome: apply appropriate patient care techniques
Outcome: practice proper radiation safety


COMMUNICATION

Goal 2: Communicate Effectively.
Outcome: demonstrate effective communication skills in the clinical setting
Outcome: write a professional paper
Outcome: present a professional oral report


PROBLEM SOLVING / CRITICAL THINKING

Goal 3: Think Reflectively And Problem Solve.
Outcome: respond appropriately to non-routine situations
Outcome: critique radiographic images


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & GROWTH

Goal 4: Practice Professionalism
Outcome: apply culturally congruent patient care
Outcome: demonstrate professional behavior

·         A quality curriculum provides measurable outcomes and learning activities that promote the synthesis of theory, use of current technology, competent clinical practice and professional values.

·         All enrolled students have the ability and desire to learn and deserve equal educational opportunities and treatment regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, disability and national origin.

·         Learning occurs best when students are active participants in structured, guided clinical and didactic experiences utilizing active learning and adult teaching techniques. The curriculum incorporates communication, humanities, social, mathematics, and biologic sciences to support and enhance radiography education and practice.

·         The student’s desire to learn is supported by a safe and progressive learning environment rich in experiences that address intellectual, creative, emotional, and physical needs.

·         An education should promote the recognition, sensitivity, and appreciation of the diverse culture that is inherent throughout the global health care community.

·         The graduate earns the opportunity to seek certification and licensure as a registered radiographer, to offer a significant contribution in the health care community and to enhance avenues for lifelong learning.