Year Four Courses

RAD 771 - General Radiology Elective

 

Credits: 5

 

Program Directors:

  • Janet Neutze, MD and Christine Peterson, MD

 

Administrative Coordinator:

Beverly Ressler, bressler@hmc.psu.edu

 

Contact Information:

jneutze@hmc.psu.edu
717-531- 4551
Room is HG301L

 

Prerequisites:

Completion of first two years of medical school

 

Maximum Number of Students:

Hershey - 4 - fourth year students, 2 third year students

 

When Offered:

All Rotations except July and August

 

Length Of Course:

1 month

 

Date/Time/Location:

Hershey, Lehigh (Dr. Robert Kricun) and York (Dr. Brian Pollack)
8:00 a.m.; Radiology Library, Room HG300L

 

Description:

The elective exposes the student to all modalities currently used in diagnostic imaging and encourages learning by interaction with residents and faculty in an informal setting. A major objective of the elective is the understanding of the indications and contraindications for radiological studies and procedures as well as the cost-effective radiological work-up of various clinical conditions. Another major aim of the course is to teach issues of relevance for patient preparation for radiologic studies and procedures. For these reasons, the elective is of potential major benefit for any student, whatever his or her ultimate career objective may be.

 

Additional Information:

Report To:

For Hershey, report to Dr. Janet Neutze