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Course No: MEDIC 9936-C71
Elective: Interventional Radiology
Category: Clinical
Department: Radiology
Last updated:
Institution name:
UMKC SOM/Saint Luke's Hospital of Kansas City
4401 Wornall Rd  
  Kansas City, MO 64111  
Phone Number: (816) 932-3577  
Contact Person: Jeanne Kimball  
Instructor Name: Dr. Nathan Saucier  
Academic Appointment:
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Scheduling - Contact:
Mailing Address:
Jeanne Kimball
(816) 932-3577
4401 Wornall Rd., Kansas City, MO 64111
UMKC students contact their Educational Team Coordinators.
Only accepts visiting students from KCUMB and SABA. KCUMB - work with your school’s coordinator. SABA students - contact Jeanne Kimball at
Primarily Based: Hospital
Stipend?: NO
Housing?: NO
Meals?: NO
Interview?: NO
Duration of Elective: 4 Weeks
Maximum # of Students: 1
Year Level: MS V
Is Call Expected?: NO
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Prerequisites: NO -
Post-Placement Contact and Attending Physician Contact Information:
Dept. Contact Person:
Jeanne Kimball
Phone: Email:
Attending Physician: Dr. Nathan Saucier Phone:    
Elective Start Time/Location:      
Start Day: first weekday of month Start Time: 0730
Location: Radiology library, A level
Elective Schedule Information: Monday through Friday, 0730-1700
Educational Objectives: Understand the patient’s experience during interventional procedures
Use radiographic findings to develop differential diagnoses and outline subsequent diagnostic work-ups for common problems
Develop skills related to patient procedural work-up and post-procedural follow-up
Evaluate appropriate alternatives to ordered interventional procedures based on patient's clinical situation
Understand indications, risks, and clinical impact of interventional procedures, and methods to evaluate appropriateness of studies.
Develop an understanding of the terminology used in the description of diagnostic images and therapeutic procedures
Analyze radiographic studies in order to distinguish normal from abnormal
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% Hands On Training: 50

% Observation Only: 50

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