Who Should I Follow on Social Media If I Want To Become an MRI Tech ?

Who Should I Follow on Social Media If I Want To Become an MRI Tech?

If you’re considering a career as an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Technician, you should stay connected with the latest developments in this field. Social media serves as a useful tool for aspiring MRI Techs. Online platforms such as Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin, offer access to see what it’s like being in the field, generating networking opportunities, and gaining insights into the profession.

In this article, we’ll highlight social media accounts that you should consider following to enhance your knowledge and prepare for a career as an MRI Tech.

Social Media Accounts to Follow for Aspiring MRI Technicians

  1. American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT): The ASRT is the professional association for radiologic technologists, including MRI techs. You can follow them on Twitter (@ASRT) and Instagram (@asrt_photos) to stay up-to-date on the latest news and events related to radiologic technology, including MRI.
  2. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) News: This is a social media account on Twitter (@MRINews) that focuses specifically on news and developments related to MRI technology. Following this account can help you stay informed about the latest trends and advancements in the field.
  3. MRI Online: MRI Online is a website that offers educational resources and training opportunities for MRI techs. They have a presence on multiple social media platforms, including Twitter (@mri_online) and LinkedIn. Following their accounts can be a great way to stay up-to-date on training opportunities and get advice from other professionals in the field.
  4. Leading MRI training programs and schools: Following social media accounts of leading MRI training programs and schools can give you a glimpse into the training and educational opportunities available. Some examples include Johns Hopkins University – MRI Technologist Training Program (@HopkinsMedicine), UC San Diego Extension – MRI Advanced Imaging and Clinical Applications Program (@ucsdextension), and University of Iowa – MRI Technologist Program (@uiowahealthcare).

By following these social media accounts, you can learn more about the day-to-day experiences of MRI Techs, get tips for succeeding in the profession, and connect with other professionals in the field.

Join MCC

By engaging with these social media accounts, you can gain a deeper understanding of the profession and discover opportunities for professional development. This social media guide, presented by MCC, is a great resource for anyone interested in pursuing a career as an MRI Tech.

At MCC, our program will give you the information you need to take a step closer to becoming an MRI Technician. Learn more about our program by clicking here.

Stay connected, stay informed, and join us at MCC to begin your journey in the world of MRI technology.

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