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Faculty Serve as Guest Speakers at GSRT Annual Meeting

In April, Waters College of Health Professions’ faculty in the Department of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Sciences at Georgia Southern University Armstrong Campus had the opportunity to serve as guest speakers at the Georgia Society of Radiologic Technologists (GSRT) Annual Meeting in Jekyll Island, Georgia. Faculty members and their lecture topics included the following:

  • The Role of Diagnostic Medical Imaging in Cancer Staging- Laurie Adams, Ed.D., RT(T), radiation therapy clinical coordinator
  • Budget Conscious Eating for the Radiology Professional- Shaunell McGee, MHA, RT(R), radiologic sciences bridge program coordinator and instructor and Myka Bussey-Campbell, M.Ed., RDMS, RT(R), diagnostic medical sonography program coordinator
  • Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome: A Case Study- Yvonne Dillon, BSRS, RDMS, diagnostic medical sonography clinical coordinator
  • Breast Tomosynthesis- Kerry Dunn, M.Ed., RT(R)(M), lecturer

“Our topic, Budget Conscious Eating for the Radiology Professional, was developed into a grant proposal for the Budget Conscious Eating (BCE) service learning opportunity for radiologic students enrolled in DDTS 4020 Leadership and Management,” stated Bussey-Campbell. The topic was selected for a faculty development grant for the 2016-2017 academic year. “McGee and I were first asked to present the outcomes of our pilot grant project to members of the Georgia Educators Association of Radiation and Medical Imaging (GERAMI) and later asked to present at the GSRT Annual Meeting.”

In addition to being a guest lecturer, Dunn currently serves as an officer for GSRT.


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