The North Carolina Society of Radiologic Technologist Inc
NCSRT, Inc Proposed BylawsPer 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
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During the Annual Conference we ask that all Radiology Programs
attending assist us with a service project by donating items that will be
presented to Jeff Gordon Children's Hospital. All items must be new and individual sized
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A Box Lunch is available for the JRCERT Workshop
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This box lunch is for the JRCERT workshop on March 29, 2017. Please complete the form and pay by selecting the link above.
Don't forget to Pre-Order your Annual Conference T-shirt when you register!
Registration Deadline is March 17, 2017
Registration is limited to no more than 3 officials from any single program.
Registrations will not be accepted after March 17, 2017 or after all seats are filled, whichever occurs first.
Registration for this JRCERT Event does not include registration for any part of the NCSRT, Inc 2017 Annual Meeting.
Membership renewals are coming up
Members that have NOT lapsed can renew their membership Here
If your membership has lapsed, please re-join Click Here
See the 2016 NCSRT, Inc Annual Conference President Speech
The Fall 2016 Tarheel Technology Highlights is now available
The 2015-2016 Annual Report is now available under documents
RT's in the District
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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.
"Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success." Henry Ford