Another Successful "Coats and Caps for Kids" Drive

On November 21, 2013, the Radiation Science Technology Education (RSTE) students, with support from the RSTE Alumni, delivered coats, hats, and gloves to the Miller Park Elementary School. Each year, the students collect new and gently used winter coats, caps, gloves, and monetary donations for the purchase of stocking caps and gloves for the children.

The RSTE students and faculty personally handed out caps and gloves to 27 pre-K students, then stayed to read to  the children and munch on apples.

 

Imaging is Important

brain xrayLisa Bartenhagen knows medical imaging is important not just because she is a registered radiographer and radiation therapist, but because this image is of her son, Broc’s, head after grid placement.

These grids were surgically implanted to map Broc’s brain activity prior to a frontal lobectomy. B smile

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Not only did radiographers play a major role in Broc’s care, but so did clinical laboratory scientists, medical nutritionists, and physician assistants.

What would health care be without Allied Health professionals?

13 Oct21 B walk

Lisa and son, on a post-surgery walk.

RSTE Central NE tour – Day 2

RSTE faculty have landed in Hastings, NE: