R.T. and Patient Advocacy
The North Dakota Society of Radiologic Technologists successfully secured licensure for medical imaging and radiation therapy professions in 2015. Since that time, they have worked with state lawmakers to protect the profession from encroachment and have supported the North Dakota Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy in building a stronger regulatory process.
The society works as an advocate to promote quality patient care and is committed to the radiologic technology profession, the ethical values the profession embraces, and the continued professional development needed to uphold the quality of care.
For more information on the regulation of medical imaging and radiation therapy professionals visit the North Dakota Board of Medical Imaging and Radiation Therapy.
Click here to visit the NDSRT website and learn how to get involved!
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2023 State Legislature
North Dakota Resources
You can familiarize yourself with North Dakota laws and legislative process, guidelines for the rule-making process and helpful resources provided by clicking on the links under each heading.
State Government — How a Bill Becomes a Law
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