About this Program

With imaging facilities facing heightened pressure by government-subsidized healthcare agencies to achieve elevated patient satisfaction ratings, imaging professionals need to be reminded of the essential steps to caring for patients in the imaging environment.

This video will cover the importance of obtaining an accurate patient history, and the ethical considerations for caring for a patient while in the imaging department. The video will outline what is considered a medical emergency and the reporting of such events. Understanding the cardiac cycle, and having the ability to interpret a patient’s vital signs can prevent causing further injury or illness to the patient, so that will be covered in this video as well.


Patient Care-Radiography

*        Ethics

*        Communication

  • Challenges

*        Obtaining Patient History

  • Patient education

*        Consent

  • Implied
  • Verbal
  • Written

*        Medical Emergencies & Event reporting

*        Monitoring & assessing

  • Vital signs - cardiac cycle
  • Oximetry & Other Devices

Educational Objectives

At the conclusion of this video, attendees will be able to:

  1. Discuss the ethical and legal responsibilities of the radiologic technologist.
  2. Indicate the various modes of communication.
  3. Identify what constitutes a medical emergency and the procedure for reporting such events.
  4. Employ proper processes for monitoring and assessing patient.


How it Works:

  • Your On Demand CE activity that you purchased will be located in your “My Account” section once you log into the MTMI Website.
  • You have three attempts to pass each quiz.
  • You must earn a score of 75 % or higher.
  • Credit is recorded the day you submit and pass the quiz and is determined using Central time.
  • You have 30 days to complete and pass the quiz.
  • Once passed, access your MTMI “My Account” to print your “Certificate of Completion.”


Program Faculty

Meet your presenter(s)

Amber L. Lenhard MBA

Amber L. Lenhard MBA

MBA, B. A. Humanities; BAS; RT(R)(CT)

Mrs. Amber Lenhard is a former college instructor in Medical Imaging, and prior US Air Force Radiologic technologist. Over the past 12 years, she has used her military training to help instruct and mentor many students within Medical Imaging. Amber has a passion for the field of Medical Imaging and enjoys still being able to work, hands on, in both X-ray and CT wherever she goes.  Her husband of 20 years, Keith, is currently on active duty, as a Naval OR Nurse, and together they have two children, Donovan James and Abigail Joy. A fun fact about Mrs. Amber is that she had the opportunity to fulfill a career dream of working with professional athletes. From 2016 - 2021 she was one of the X-ray techs, who alongside the athletic trainers, worked for both the Washington Redskins NFL, as well as the Nationals Baseball teams, and has a 2019 World Series ring.


Accredited training programs

ASRT Category A Credit Information

ASRT Category A

This program provides 1.25 hour(s) of Category A continuing education credit for radiologic technologists approved by ASRT and recognized by the ARRT and various licensure states.  Category A credit is also recognized for CE credit in Canada.  You must attend the entire program to receive your certificate of completion.  

CPD Credit Information


The CPD accreditation awarded by the CPD Standards Office demonstrates that the training delivered by MTMI is high quality and delivers relevant and transferable skills to all delegates. The assessment process was devised by an Independent Advisory Board and the formal CPD points awarded can be used a professional CPD record. CPD Provider: 50238