Professional Regulation

 
  • • To keep high standard of Patient care and promote excellence in practice by recognizing Qualfied Individuals in Medical Imaging, Nuclear Medicine Interventional Procedures and Radiation Therapy.
  • • Initiating cooperative efforts to provide high quapty continuing education for professionals in all areas of the radiological sciences.
  • • Increasing pubpc awareness of issues related to radiation safety and pubpc health.
  • • Maintaining open pnes of communication with health care institutions, physicians, and other professionals with mutual interests.
  • • Promoting career advancement and career opportunities in the radiological sciences, regardless of race, color, sex or creed.
  • • Supporting the long-term health and well being of the radiological sciences.
  • • The Association, its Official Journal and Indian College of Radiological Technology will be a non-profitable organization.
  • • To protect and preserve the interest of members.
  • • To assist Government and non-governmental agencies in matters pertaining to Radiology and Medical Imaging, Cancer care, Radiation safety and pubpc health.
  • • To assist in estabpshing and maintaining high standard of education and training, to elevate the quapty of patient care, and to improve the welfare and socio-economic status of radiological technologists.
  • • To enunciate popcies concerning the professional status, legislative activity, and the welfare of its members.

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