The most recent Webinar Wednesday presentation “Why a Nuclear Medicine Camera Evaluation is Vital to Ensure SPECT Camera Performance and Longevity” sponsored by Universal Medical was eligible for 1 CE credit from the ACI.
The 60-minute webinar featured Chad Watson, evaluation program director, Universal Medical, and Ann Hamilton, radiology director, Texas County Memorial Hospital. The presenters discussed the evaluation experience from the perspective of the company conducting the evaluation and the owner of the SPECT camera.
Their presentation featured insightful information, including:
Webinar attendees were impressed by the presentation based on a post-webinar survey.
“There is always something new to learn when viewing Wednesday webinars. Each Vendor has helped find answers to problems that you might face in your daily job. The tips to improve my job and performance are appreciated,” said H. Martin, CBET.
“This is an excellent way to stay sharp and keep current in the field! Outstanding,” L. Countee, Biomed added.
M. Pritchett, Biomed commented, “Although I don’t work on this equipment, quite a bit of the material generally applies to a lot of equipment. So it was great!”
“Webinar Wednesday is a great way to stay in touch with our industry,” said T. Jasensky, Imaging Specialist.
“Excellent and Concise information regarding Nuclear Camera Evaluation,” wrote K. Revallo, Imaging Equipment Specialist.
R. Pray, Biomed noted, “This is a great way to learn new things. Small time requirement and I can eat lunch while listening!”
“The information that was presented was very informative and valuable. It also provided me with a couple of tips to look for when troubleshooting a system,” said G. Lee, Biomed.
Future webinars can be found on the webinar calendar along with details on registration.
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