Ceela McElveny

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477 to house these materials for download by parents, medical professionals, government agencies, and health care organizations worldwide. The brochures empower parents with basic information about their child’s examination and afford them the opportunity to ask questions before the imaging test. This process of informed decision making provides the(More)
One of the greatest dilemmas facing medical imaging departments today is the worsening personnel crisis in the radiologic technologist (RT) workforce. As the volume and complexity of medical imaging studies continues to increase, an unprecedented imbalance exists between RT supply and demand. A number of etiologic factors have been postulated to contribute(More)
The Alliance for Radiation Safety in Pediatric Imaging is an organization of over 45 international professional societies and agencies with the goal of promoting radiation safety for children. The Alliance, through the Image Gently campaign, uses social marketing techniques and critical partnerships with vendors, government agencies, and not-for-profit(More)
Demand for radiologic technologists in the United States greatly outstripped supply throughout the late 1990s and peaked in 2000, when vacancy rates for radiologic technologists reached an average of 18% nationwide. To combat the shortage, the ACR and the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT) launched a series of aggressive recruitment and(More)
Research shows that only 5% to 10% of manuscripts submitted to scholarly journals are accepted upon submission; the remainder must be revised before they are suitable for publication. Research also shows that authors who perform requested revisions greatly improve their chances of being published. In fact, a properly revised manuscript is almost guaranteed(More)
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