The CE activity is a video of live presentation and a post test with multiple choice questions that is to be completed online. If you have a slow internet service you may find it more convenient to download the video for viewing on your computer. **See computer equipment specifications below.

Join AHEC faculty Stewart Bushong, M.D. for this video of MRI Today and Tomorrow.  This recorded conference was planned for the today’s practicing MRI Technologist with topics that are relevant to the technologist’s daily practice. The cutting edge technology in MRI reflects the “new face” of skills needed by today’s MRI Technologist. The faculty will discuss the development of MRI and MRA.  Where is MRI today and where is it going?  This presentation will touch on the explosion of new technology in MRI and reinforce the fundamentals of how MRI is used in diagnosis and treatment planning!   This MRI CEU class will benefit ARRT MRI technologists and ARMRIT MRI technologists as well as Radiologic Technologists wishing to learn more about MRI.

Course Topics

• Magnetic Resonance Imaging – Where It Is and Where It Is Going

• The Development of MRI and MRA

• Components of an MR Imaging System

• The Musical Score for Various MRI Pulse Sequences

• Image Characteristics from 0.5T to 3T and Above

• QC Program for MRI


Stewart Bushong, M.D.

Approval Expirations:

All Home study approvals have an expiration date. Some of our home studies are approved for one year others for two years. Whether a home study is renewed at the end of its expiration date is determined by the materials content and relevancy. AHEC recommends if you plan to purchase a home study to complete at a later date that you contact us to confirm the expiration date.

This online home study contains an embedded lecture module that can also be viewed in a pop-up window.**

Minimum system requirements for online and video based home study:

Windows XP or higher


Adobe Flash Player [If you don't currently have Adobe Flash Player or if you are using an older version then click HERE]

One gigabyte (GB) of RAM