Mentoring: Creating a Professional Legacy

Jennifer Clayton, MBA, R.T.(R)(CT)(ARRT), Diagnostic Imaging Program Director; Linn-Benton Community College

On Demand | Expires 9/1/2023

*Approved by the ASRT for 1 Category A continuing education credit.

Overview:

Do you remember the excitement surrounding your first day of clinicals and working with patients?  For many of us, this seems like a lifetime ago. Undoubtedly, there have been several people who impacted your experience along the way and helped to shape you into the technologist you are today.  During this presentation we will review the importance of mentoring, effective ways to foster professional growth and promoting leadership skills.  

Learning Objectives:

  • Review the importance of mentoring and encouraging engagement in professional activities
  • Discuss effective methods of mentoring to advance the future of the profession
  • Explain effective ways of delivering feedback when sharing information with technologists, students and colleagues
  • Consider how to communicate with different learning styles 

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Jennifer Clayton, MBA, R.T.(R)(CT)(ARRT)
Diagnostic Imaging Program Director; Linn-Benton Community College

Jennifer Clayton graduated from Linn-Benton Community College in Albany, Oregon. She has been a registered X-ray and CT technologist for over 10 years and returned to the college as faculty 7 years ago. She now serves as the Director for the Diagnostic Imaging Program while continuing her work with patients in the clinical setting. Jennifer is actively involved in promoting education and high patient care standards through her work with her students, state affiliate society, and as a Region Leader with the ASRT Committee on R.T. Advocacy.