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Faculty and clinical coordinators consist of nuclear medicine technologists who have more than 40 years of combined experience in the health care and nuclear medicine fields.
Several of our faculty, clinical instructors and coordinators are alumni of Broward College.
The Nuclear Medicine Technologist is an accepted and valued member of the healthcare team who practices in a multicultural medical environment. Development of competent and compassionate Nuclear Medicine Technologists requires a quality education founded on a well-rounded professional curriculum that includes cognitive, affective, and psychomotor learning outcomes that can be measured by an observable change in behavior. The learning process should provide opportunities for evaluation based on didactic and clinical course objectives as well as, opportunities for on-going student self-evaluation. In the development of instructions in the varied nature of the student dictates that a multitude of learning styles will be present. We recognize and look forward to such differences among learners.
Students entering the Nuclear Medicine Program must meet certain standards of performance in order to progress in their course work and ultimately graduate. These standards include meeting cognitive, affective, and psychomotor demands associated with the profession.
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· Broward College is eager to reconnect with
you! Stay on top of the latest alumni news and new jobs in nuclear medicine
when you join the Broward
College Alumni Network. You can also donate to scholarships or donate your
time to nuclear medicine students by acting as a mentor. For more information,
contact Belinda Mouradian.