Overview and Responsibilities: · Enhances student learning by providing clinical instruction which directly relates to desired clinical and laboratory course outcomes. · Assesses clinical outcomes and uses data to advice on curriculum and instructional methodology with goal of ensuring competent entry-level practitioners and good citizens. · Under the administrative direction of the Academic Dean and/or general direction of the Program Chair.
Certified in Nuclear Medicine Technology. No state license restrictions. Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree preferred however may accept master’s degree pending if already in process. Three years of post-certification work experience. Experience as a preceptor or adjunct professor required.