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Exhibit Awards

EXHIBIT AWARDS: 1ST PLACE: PROTON THERAPY, Alex Iastra, AWC
2ND PLACE: TIPS FOR WORKING WITH MILLENNIALS IN RADIOLOGY, Brianna Beall, AWC
3RD PLACE: HOW LOW CAN YOU GO, Alan De Los Reyes, AWC
HONORABLE MENTION: MRI SPECTROSCOPY, Alice Pulsipher

Outstanding Student Award 2017: Abigail Woods

ESSAYS: 1ST PLACE: BURNOUT OF THE HEALTHCARE WORKER,
G. Erich Blohm, Pima Medical Institute
2ND PLACE: REFRAMING, Alice Pulsipher, Weber State
3RD PLACE: RADIOGRAPHY IN OUR WORLD, Cristella Iguado, Pima Community College

ASSRT Student Leadership Development Program

ASSRT STUDENT LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM--

ARIZONA AFFILIATE: Charissa Plette, Pima Community College
and Cynthia LaMothe, AZ Western College
Both students traveling to Orlando, Florida for ASRT House of Delegates and Educational Symposium,

Election and Installation of Officers of the Board of Directors :
President: Susan Cazaux

President-Elect: Zenji Reynolds

Vice-President: Jerry High

Secretary: Alice Pulsipher

Treasurer: Lisa Ledbetter

Our Domain Has Changed

Our official website is : Arizona Society of Radiologic Technologists, (AZSRT.org.)

The board and Members will decide if the name of our society will be changed from Arizona State Society of Radiologic Technologists,( ASSRT.com ) to Arizona Society of Radiologic Technologist,(AZSRT.org.)

The webpage was changed when we changed our domain.

NIH Cancer Statistics

Overall cancer death rates continue to decrease in men, women, and children for all major racial and ethnic groups, according to the latest Annual Report to the Nation on the Status of Cancer, 1975-2014. The report finds that death rates during the period 2010-2014 decreased for 11 of the 16 most common types of cancer in men and for 13 of the 18 most common types of cancer in women, including lung, colorectal, female breast, and prostate cancers. Meanwhile, death rates increased for cancers of the liver, pancreas, and brain in men and for liver and uterine cancer in women.

Dosimetry

Dosimetry using average-sized phantoms leads to considerable errors

Mar 16, 2017 | William Doss