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Texas CE Courses

For complete information, please visit the Texas Medical Board website at:  http://www.tmb.state.tx.us/page/resources-ce-for-GMRT

General Medical Radiologic Technologist CE Requirements (Per Biennium)

  • 24 total hours acceptable CE required per biennium
  • In-person, instructor-led courses are NOT required at this time.

Limited Radiology Certificate

  • 18 total hours acceptable CE required per biennium
  • In-person, instructor-led courses are NOT required at this time.


Non-Certified Radiology Technician

  • 12 total hours acceptable CE required per biennium.

  • In-person, instructor-led courses are NOT required at this time.

Content Requirements for all radiology continuing education credit:

At least 50% of the required number of hours must be activities which are directly related to the use and application of ionizing forms of radiation to produce diagnostic images and/or administer treatment to human being for medical purposes.

No more than 50% of the required number of hours may be satisfied by activities which are indirectly related to the use and application of non-ionizing forms of radiation for medical purposes.

Direct credits are defined as:  ..."activities which are directly related to the use and application of ionizing forms of radiation to produce diagnostic images and/or administer treatment to human beings for medical purposes. For the purpose of this section, directly related topics include, but are not limited to: radiation safety, radiation biology and radiation physics; anatomical positioning; radiographic exposure technique; radiological exposure technique; emerging imaging modality study; patient care associated with a radiologic procedure; radio-pharmaceutics, pharmaceutics, and contrast media application; computer function and application in radiology; mammography applications; nuclear medicine application; and radiation therapy applications."

Indirect credits are defined as: ..."indirectly related topics include, but are not limited to, patient care, computer science, computer literacy, introduction to computers or computer software, physics, human behavioral sciences, mathematics, communication skills, public speaking, technical writing, management, administration, accounting, ethics, adult education, medical sciences, and health sciences. Other courses may be accepted for credit provided there is a demonstrated benefit to patient care."

Contact Information for Texas:

Email:  registrations@tmb.state.tx.us
Telephone: (512) 305-7010
Fax: (512) 834-6677