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An advanced care level diploma, training students in advanced life support procedures and heavy trauma situations.
Provides nursing care, diagnostic procedures and client interactions to assist veterinarians in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease in animals.
The Animal Health Technology program can be taken part-time in the evenings. Learn how to provide nursing care, diagnostic procedures and client interactions to assist veterinarians.
Develop the skills and attitudes required for a successful career as a dental assistant
The Dental Technology diploma prepares students to fabricate complete and partial dentures, crowns, bridges and orthodontic appliances.
Learn what it takes to assess, diagnose, design, fabricate and insert complete and partial dentures
Prepares students to conduct ultrasound examinations, focusing on obstetrics and gynecology, abdomen and superficial structures, cardiac sonography and vascular sonographic studies.
A distance delivered program combining theoretical knowledge and practical skills in order to mitigate disasters
Students are trained in both medical laboratory and X-ray disciplines, so that they are able to serve in rural community hospitals or health care centres
Focusing on anatomy, patient care, communication and safety in the MRI environment, students learn to function in diverse settings from busy trauma centres to outpatient clinics.
This program provides additional skills for those who already hold a diploma in Medical Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, Ultrasound or Combined Laboratory and X-ray.
Learn what it takes to collect, process and analyze specimens in the lab in this fast-track 22-week program
NAIT's Medical Laboratory Assisting program can be taken part-time in the evenings. Learn what it takes to collect, process and analyze specimens in the lab.
Performs a large variety of laboratory tests and procedures that assist physicians in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease
MRT is the art and science of correctly positioning the patient and X-ray equipment to produce and record images for the purpose of visualizing the extent of disease or injury to a patient.
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