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 Thank you for attending the 2018 NCSRT, Inc. Annual Conference! Thanks to our volunteers and speakers, the conference was a great success! Please help us make it even better by giving us feedback about the event. Please fill out the 2018 NCSRT, Inc. post annual conference survey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2018ncsrtac). It should not take more than 10 - 15 minutes. If you are interested in getting involved with the NCSRT, Inc., please fill out our volunteer form (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ncsrtvolunteer). We look forward to hearing from you!

  

Also, we hope to see everyone at next year's conference at the Crown Plaza Resort in beautiful Asheville, NC.

Thank you and see you there!

 

Issack Boru, MSRS, RT(R)(MR)

NCSRT, Inc. President


 

Board of Directors Nominations for 2018 AC

 

Annual Report

Presidents Report


 NCSRT Gives Back 

The NCSRT GIVES BACK Campaign was established in 2016. Through this campaign we were able to support the patients and families of Jeff Gordon’s Childrens Hospital in Concord, NC. This year we are pleased to partner with Eckerd Connects: Caring for Children. Show your support by participating in this year’s community challenge. We are seeking donations of supplies to help support Eckerd Connects. The imaging program which collects the largest number of donations will be acknowledged at our Honors Luncheon and awarded the NCSRT Gives Back Award for 2018. Thank you for your support!


 2018 Radiation Therapy Symposium

March 3, 2018

The 2018 Symposium will provide topics ranging from the historical aspects of radiation oncology to SBRT methods and practice efficiencies. The program is intended to provide attendees with insight into best practices, various new developments in Radiation Oncology, and review of where we’ve been and where we’re going. The presentations will fulfill continuing education requirements for Radiation Therapists, Dosimetrists, and Nurses. Physicians, Physicists, and other healthcare professionals are welcome to attend.


Frances Apple

Frances Apple

April 20, 1930 - December 13, 2017

Frances Apple, known to some as “Fanny” went home to our Lord and Savior, December 13th, 2017, she was 87 years young.
Born in Charlotte, Frances grew up in Morganton NC. She was the daughter of Vera Gertrude Starling Easom and Hiram Gray Easom of Johnston County, NC. She is survived by her children, Frances Amber Apple of Lexington, NC and April Suzanne Apple of Durham, NC. Two grandchildren, Robert Harvey Snow and Maranda Moore Sawyers, her husband Cecil Sawyers also of Lexington, NC and three great grandchildren, Abagail, Aiden and Ava Grace Sawyers.
Frances graduated from Morganton High School in 1948, Campbell College in 1951 and Grace Hospital in X-Ray Technology in 1952. Frances then moved to Greensboro, NC where she started her career in X-Ray Technology at Wesley Long Hospital as their Chief Technologist. She then worked with Dr. William D. Wright, Orthopaedic Surgeon for 14 years. In 1970 Frances moved with her children to Durham, NC to work at Duke University Medical Center. Frances retired from Duke University Medical Center in 2000 after 30 years of service.
Frances was very involved in her professional radiology societies at both the state, North Carolina Society of Radiologic Technology (NCSRT Inc.) and national, American Society of Radiologic Technology (ASRT) levels where she served on numerous committees eventually serving as President of the ASRT in 1998. She was a Life member of both professions and a Fellow of the ASRT. She was a mentor to many and was devoted to the profession of Radiologic Technology. She will be remembered by many for her sense of professionalism and desire to help those who came before her needing imaging.
Frances was also active in her church, Waypoint Church of Chapel Hill, NC. She gave her time and gifts to the Women on Mission ministry to help homeless children of Durham County, packing bag after bag of food so the children would not go hungry on the weekends and buying the children gifts at Christmas so they would have something under the tree. She was also Chairwoman of the Homebound. She wanted to make sure those members who could no longer attend due to illness were not forgotten. Even though she herself could not get out to visit them she would call them to check up and see if they needed anything and remembered them with cards at their birthdays, on holidays and supplied them with daily scripture readings.
Frances was loved for her sense of humor, her beautiful smile and her caring spirit for those in need. She will be missed by many across the United States who knew her professionally and by her friends and brothers and sisters in Christ who cared and loved her here close to home.
Visitation will be held at 1pm at Waypoint Church, 6804 Farrington Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27517 on Saturday December 30th, 2017 at 1 pm with a celebration of life to follow at 2 pm.
In lieu of flowers please consider honoring Frances by supporting the homeless children of Durham County by donating to the “Women on Missions, Back Pack Buddies” ministry program at Waypoint Church, 6804 Farrington Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27517 or to, Duke Home Care & Hospice, Office of Development,4321 Medical Park Drive, Suite 101, Durham, NC 27704
The family is being assisted by Clements Funeral Service, Inc. in Durham. A full-length obituary may be found at www.clementsfuneralservice.com.

To send flowers or a remembrance gift to the family of Frances Apple, please visit our Tribute Store.


NCSRT is looking for new faces

on the Board of Directors!

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Nomination form

Proclamation from the NC Governor  

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2018 Annual Conference

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AC 18 Registration
AC flyer 2018

April 2017 Legislative update: House Bill H902


Enhance Patient Safety in Radiologic Imaging


June 2017 Legislative Update

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 2017 Bylaws                               2017 Standing Rules


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Free ASRT CE Credits for NCSRT Members!!!

Access to these credits are available under the Events & Continuing Education Tab


The 2016-2017 Annual Report is now available

Melissa Jackowski

Congratulations!

Dr. Melissa Jackowski, Ed.D., R.T.(R)(M)

She has been elected to the office of President-Elect for the ASRT

NCSRT, Inc Proposed Bylaws (updated)
Per Society bylaws you are receiving this notice of proposed bylaw changes.
These changes will be presented at the March 2017 Annual Conference business meeting
 
The proposed Standing Rules changes from the Resolutions and Bylaws Committee.
These changes will be presented at the March 2017 Annual Conference business meeting

Membership renewals are coming up

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 RT's in the District

2016 - 2017
Your voice, your letters and your activism are needed now! 

 

North Carolina legislators need to hear about the important impact educated radiologic imaging and radiation therapy professionals have on patient care. The NCSRT is requesting all radiologic technologists who live in North Carolina to contact their senator and representative to help secure support for licensure in North Carolina.

The 2016 Legislative Session has ended. We will be working to reintroduce our Bills HB833 and SB498 in the upcoming session beginning in January 2017. Your legislators are out in their districts now as they campaign for the 2016 election. Please reach out and let them know how important establishing educational standards and licensure is to our North Carolina patients – who are their constituents.

 

 


 
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