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What are examples of individuals qualified to provide continuing education?

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An individual providing continuing education must have adequate training and experience that prepares him or her to carry out specified training assignments. MQSA qualified interpreting physicians, radiologic technologists, or medical physicists are considered qualified instructors in their respective areas of mammography. Other examples of individuals who may be considered qualified to provide continuing education training to meet the regulations include, but are not limited to: instructors in a post-high school training institution, manufacturer’s representatives, and individuals providing education in approved CME/CEU courses.

 

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