MRI safety is of utmost importance due to the potential risks associated with magnetic resonance imaging procedures. MRI machines use powerful magnets and radio waves to create detailed images of the body’s internal structures. While MRI is generally considered a safe imaging modality, there are specific safety considerations that must be adhered to in order to minimize the risks involved.
The MRI Safety elearning course is structured around the needs of specific roles, this elearning program explores the hazards associated with the use of MRI equipment and offers guidance on best practice so as to protect patients and staff. This elearning programme features many interactive elements, such as clinical case studies, diagrams and self-assessment questions to help embed learning and foster deeper understanding.
By recognising and addressing these safety considerations, healthcare providers can minimise the risks associated with various procedures and ensure the well-being of patients and staff. Adhering to strict protocols, maintaining up-to-date equipment, and fostering a culture of safety within MRI facilities are crucial elements in providing high-quality care while minimising potential hazards.
- Five modules linked to different MRI safety roles
- Suitable for everyone who comes into contact with MRI scanners, globally.
- Developed in partnership with NHS specialists
This online programme consists of a number of modules that are specific to different roles. You can dip into the content whenever you choose and recap any material as needed.
Modules for the following designated roles cover all relevant subjects:-
- MR Authorised Persons (non-MR environment)
- MR Authorised Persons (MR environment)
- MR Authorised Persons (Supervisor)
- MRI Clinicians
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