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Testimonials of BS in Radiologic Technology Graduates from the Philippines

R. B.
◈ Studied BS in Radiologic Technology
◈ At Riverside College
◈ Graduated 2017

list bulletWhy did I choose Radiologic Technology: RadTech was not my first choice because I shifted from engineering course. This course was just recommended by my 2 older sisters who are registered nurses. They are in the medical field so they know what RadTech is and how in-demand it is. All in all I had no idea what this course is all about.

list bulletAbout my college education: I have learned a lot in my four years in RadTech. At first, all I knew was doing an XRay procedure. Well actually most people do realize that RadTechs are only people who do XRay procedures which is specifically Chest XRay. All those perceptions of mine were not downgraded but upgraded when I started to learn the course from 1st year to 4th year. RadTech is more on Radiologic Physics, it is about the production of radiation and it's properties, how radiation interacts in human body and film (this is your X-Ray image, it's like a photograph), how to handle and understand machines that produce radiation like X Ray machine, CT Scanner, PET Scanner, Mammographic machine and Fluoroscope as well as non emitting radiation machines like Ultrasound and MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging). We also learned professional subjects like Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Radiologic Pathology, Special Procedures and Interventional Radiology. Those subjects are the most difficult ones since it all deal with curing the diseases most commonly cancers or tumors, stones in your organs and the like.

There are some who failed and shifted to another course but since I've decided that I won't shift anymore this is my final course and I want to pass whatever challenges in the way. I've reached 4th year and it's internship year which is you are sent to any school affiliated hospitals and clinics to train like professional radiologic technologist.

Internship was the best experience among other experiences I had in my entire radtech college life. There, you interact with true patients and work with your senior registered radiologic technologists (or senior techs) who help you in any procedures you want to learn and also defend you in any mistakes you commit. I haven't been so committed in my life like before in my old course. I dedicated my life in studying and enjoying the subjects.

list bulletAdvice to people who are thinking of studying this course: You don't need to be intelligent to pass this course rather any other course. The key is dedication.
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M. M.
◈ Studied BS in Radiologic Technology
◈ At Caritas Family College (formerly The Family Clinic Inc.)
◈ Graduated 2013

list bulletAbout my college education: B.S Radiologic Technology is a very interesting profession, it is more on physics matter, and about behavior of an atom that cannot seen in naked eye, Radiologic technology(radtech) has a big role in Hospital because Radiologic Department is one of a primary department in any hospital.

How did I like it?
On the first place when I enter my college life, I don't have any idea about Bachelor of Science of Radiologic Technology (BSRT)
I took up a B.S Nursing up to 2nd year level. Because of a big population (overpopulated) nurse in the Philippines. I need to face the reality, that I need change my chosen field form nursing to radtech, there are still another courses like, medtech, respiratory tech, etc. That suit in you if you really want to be part in a medical field not only a doctor or nurse.

I like BSRT (radteh) because you can handle a machine such as X-ray, MRI, CT-SCAN, ULTRASOUND, ETC, and other diagnostic machine that we used today for diagnosing disease, and clearly visualized what happened inside our body. Like in generation now we are in 3D and 4D technology,

It was interesting?
Yes!! Because you can specialized like a
CT_SCAN TECH, Sonographer, MRI TECH, after you graduated and pass the board exam.

Difficult??

For me? HONESTLY a little bit to understand if you are not focused on what you studying. It needs more imagination. For better understanding.


list bulletMy current job: I’m a graduating student

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: I know this is very helpful. Because diagnostic machine will never be stock! It will be upgraded as fast the modality is concern for betterment, this will give more opportunity in your career to get easily in job. Because for sure someday more machine for diagnostic will appear that need more radiologic technologist.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: i can't answer this for now.

list bulletDo I recommend studying Radiologic Technology: Yes, if they want to be part in a medical field. Just follow what they want to be.
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D. C.
◈ Studied BS in Radiologic Technology
◈ At Cebu Doctors' University
◈ Graduated 2007

list bulletAbout my college education: I chose a course that will not only give me a better future but also will give me fun while going to college.

Radiologic Technology is really a promising profession around the globe. As far as I learned through my research, It is really one of the in demand profession.

Studying this course was really fun and exciting because it's like you are going to combine medical science and physics.

Three things! Fun, exciting and stable.

list bulletMy current job: I love my profession however because of the current economic crisis. I need to add more skills and rake more money. I am currently managing a business and working online.

In the near future. I will be taking certification exam in Canada to be able to work as a radiographer.

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: It was really amazing that all those clinical training and lectures are helpful on the job itself. Those extensive exams helps me when I was still working in a hospital. I really can compare the way we do the procedure from those who graduated from other school.

CDU offers extensive internship training that can enhance our skills and knowledge in each course offered.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: It took me a month to grab a job. There was a hospital in Dipolog City that offers me a decent pay. If you are a graduate of Cebu Doctors' University. Landing a job is not a problem.

list bulletDo I recommend studying Radiologic Technology: I highly recommend Cebu Doctors' University to all people.

It's education is highly competitive around the globe. Environment is safe and fun. Facilities is complete.
Produce topnotchers.
One word. My alma mater "rocks".
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S. B.
◈ Studied BS in Radiologic Technology
◈ At Iloilo Doctor's College
◈ Graduated 2010

list bulletAbout my college education: It is interesting and enjoyable at the same time. There is no difficulties if you will just study and focus your lessons. Challenging due to some terror professors =) For the four year curriculum all you have to do is study and pass the exams. Skills are always required. Specifically the student must have a logical thinking, interpersonal skills and hard work to succeed as a Radiologic Tech.

list bulletMy current job: Statlab Medical and Diagnostic Imaging Center

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Of course. This is my job and looking forward for more specializations.
But right now, I am handling x-ray and ultasound.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: Four months. Right after passing the board June, 2010 I started working October 2010. Not that bad..

list bulletDo I recommend studying Radiologic Technology: Yes, I will. This course is in demand. Interesting because there are many imaging modalities that can be handled like CT Scan, MRI, Bone Scanning, Nuclear Medicine, etc.
Salary is competitive.
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A. D.
◈ Studied BS in Radiologic Technology
◈ At The Family Clinic Inc. Colleges
◈ Graduated 2012

list bulletAbout my college education: First of all, you can only enjoy what you are doing if you like it. For me it was not easy it was not all fun and go. But I enjoyed it. There were times when things would go difficult, projects that need to be done, homework, and thesis. But it is all part of learning.

list bulletMy current job: Radiologic Technologist/CT-Scan Technologist

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Yes!

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: I got a full-time time within 4 months right after graduation, and a part-time one after I graduated.

list bulletDo I recommend studying Radiologic Technology: Yes, because if they are looking for a job right after graduation they can be employed as soon as they graduated in the profession they studied.
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J. C.
◈ Studied BS in Radiologic Technology
◈ At Holy Infant College
◈ Graduated 2009

list bulletAbout my college education: The course is fun, and an interesting course to take up. I learned everything about radiation, and its kinds.

The most challenging topic to learn was a special procedure with contrast, as there was no practical application of the key concepts we have learned, not until we did our internship.

Good thing we had excellent training back in school.

list bulletMy current job: Radiologic Technologist at Manila East Medical Center

list bulletAm I using what I learned in college: Yes.

list bulletHow long did it take to find a job: It took me weeks before I got my first job.

list bulletDo I recommend studying Radiologic Technology: Yes, aside from it being in demand, it is fun and exciting!
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