Administer Vaccines? How To Decide

Watson, Liana
March 2010
Radiologic Technology;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p390
Academic Journal
The article presents a diagram that answers to the question if radiation therapists and medical imaging technologists are allowed to administer cold and flu vaccines in the U.S. It states the use of the diagram helps them determine the boundaries or scope of their practice and provide safe and effective care to patients. Moreover, an overview on the steps to be taken if allowed or not to administer vaccines is provided.


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