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DID YOU KNOW that the Canadian Forces (CF) will pay for your college education, give you a salary while you go to school, and guarantee you a job after graduation?

The CF subsidized education plan will cover your education and training costs. You’ll also receive a salary, vacation, and medical and dental benefits while going to school. By the end of your program, you will be ready for a career like no other.

There are several immediate openings for enrolment in the MEDICAL RADIATION TECHNICIAN PAID EDUCATION program.

 Applications received before 15 December 2011 will be considered for openings expected in the early spring and subsidies starting in the summer/fall semester period for the 2012-2013 school year. Selected recipients
of this offer will be notified during the month of March 2012.


Medical Radiation Technologists must provide patient care, produce diagnostic examinations, assist radiologists, medical specialists and medical officers, and maintain equipment, accessories and supplies. They must also maintain a Quality Assurance Programme, and provide continuing education in diagnostic imaging technology. This occupation consists of two main areas of employment: radiologic services and diagnostic imaging services. The goal of the M Rad Tech is to function as an integral part of a medical team working towards an accurate diagnosis, for the benefit of the patient.

DO YOU QUALIFY? Applicants must be a Canadian Citizen; 17 years of age (with parental or guardian consent) or older, and meet the minimum education requirements for the desired military occupation.

To take advantage of this special opportunity, students are asked to complete the attached form and submit it by email to . Type: “PAID EDUCATION OFFER FOR MEDICAL RADIATION TECHNICIAN TRAINING: DEADLINE 15 DECEMBER 2011” in the e-mail Subject line.



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    BRIT Systems said:
    November 23, 2011 at 7:04 pm

    BRIT Systems to Unveil Cloud-Based Peer Review Solution
    November 23, 2011
    BRIT Systems Inc. will introduce a cloud-based peer review system, as well as updates to its image viewer and diagnostic workstation.

    BRIT Systems will introduce Peer Review for Radiologists, a cloud-based solution that allows for peer reviews as per the ACR recommended scoring system. Exams are uploaded via DICOM TLS or an upload widget, the company said. Reports can be attached to the studies or sent via HL-7. A system administrator enters the percentage of exams to be reviewed by modality type and the system randomly selects these studies. Radiologists can view the studies via a Web-based view or the application can be integrated into their workstations.

    The company will also release the latest version of DoctorWorks medical imaging viewer for the iPad. Version 1.2 provides simultaneous viewing of two studies and a timeline of studies on the information screen and viewing screen. DoctorWorks allows radiologists to share images, reports, and other information by connecting to BRIT’s Roentgen Works PACS server. The app also provides cross-enterprise support via the Roentgen Works’ HIE’s Patient Discovery and its optional Master Patient Index.

    The company will also release the latest version of its DICOM diagnostic workstation. BRIT Vision 3.8 provides more integration and tools to make it more efficient, the company said. It features AIRE (Advanced Image Rendering Engine), BRIT’s Web-based high definition volume rendering and 3D imaging post-processing application. The user interface has been updated, and the version includes other integrated tools.

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