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Diagnostic Radiologic Technology

Physical Abilities of a Student Radiographer

Student Radiographers MUST be able to:

- Routinely push and pull
- Routinely bend and stoop
- Lift more than 50 pounds routinely
- Have full use of both upper extremities
- Assist patients on and off examination table
- Perform work requiring long periods of standing - 80% of the time
- Speak clearly
- Read regular print
- Hear normal conversation
- Effectively communicate with patients and other health care team members
- Organize and perform radiographic procedures in a timely manner
- Compassionately and effectively interact with sick or injured patients
- Effectively cope with the normal stresses of school and working with the sick and injured