In accordance with the Radiologic Technologists Act (N.J.S.A. 26:2D-24) the Radiologic Technology Board of Examiners (Board) consists of 15 members and has the following responsibilities:
- To advise the Commission on Radiation Protection on issues involving radiologic technology.
- To establish and review educational standards and policies for radiologic technology educational programs.
- To develop and review licensure standards and to license applicants who meet these standards.
- To review and award accreditation to those radiologic technology programs that meet or exceed the educational standards and policies.
- To investigate alligations of unethical conduct and to report potential sanctions to the Commission for thier action.
Care of Patients with Suspected or Confirmed Ebola by
Students Enrolled in Radiologic Technology Programs
The Board recommends to all educational programs under its jurisdiction that they not permit students to be involved in the care of patients with suspected or confirmed Ebola. The Board makes this recommendation because students have not completed the educational program in radiologic technology; and, because there are adequate numbers of licensed radiologic technologists to assist in such care.