Welcome to the Association of Collegiate Educators in Radiologic Technology

 

Special Note (June 28, 2020):

Dear ACERT Members,

The ACERT Board of Directors and Conference Management Committee’s Midyear planning meeting was conducted using virtual technology. After much research, discussion, evaluation of the feedback from the membership survey, the status of COVID-19 in Nevada, and the epidemiologists projection of the COVID-19 pandemic nationwide, the ACERT Board unanimously voted to hold the 46th Annual Conference and Business Meeting virtually. ACERT’s highest priority is the safety of our members, students, and their families.

The ACERT Board received great speaker requests and feel strongly that we will be presenting a great program for three days starting on Wednesday, February 10th. There will be a total of 19 credits offered during the conference at a greatly reduced rate of $50 for ACERT members. Students will be complimentary and must be registered by the Program Director. Unfortunately, we will not be offering the Student Challenge this year, but the Faculty Poster, Student Poster, 3MT, and Royal Domingo Essay competitions will still be offered. If you are looking to serve on a committee, please let us know.

More information and conference schedule will be posted on the ACERT website once they are confirmed. We hope our members understand the board decision and the concern we have for everyone’s health. If you have questions, please feel free to contact us at www.acert.org .

Take care and stay healthy,

Mary Doucette

ACERT President

 

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Please contact acert@acert.org or call Stephanie at 435-232-1515 if you have any questions or concerns.

 

ACERT is the Association of Collegiate Educators in Radiologic Technology, Inc, a non-profit educational organization. Organized on January 25, 1975, this organization is dedicated to improving the quality of education at the collegiate level in radiologic technology.

The philosophy of ACERT revolves around the positive growth and development of the collegiate educational process in Radiologic Technology. Ultimately, the education of competent radiologic technologists and educators will insure high quality patient care and the growth of the Radiologic Technology profession.