Fluoroscopic Radiation Safety: Online Module

The goal of this online module is to provide participants with the information needed to safely and effectively minimize radiation doses to patients, prevent the possibility of acute radiation injuries, maintain both an actual and perceived safe working environment, and comply with state and federal limits on employees and the general public. Any Swedish physician or medical staff member who works with fluoroscopic radiation must pass a fluoroscopic radiation safety quiz before working with such materials.  Providers at other institutes may also take this training if it fits their education needs.  This module is complimentary for Swedish, Providence and Radia providers only. Please see the "Fees" tab below for more information.

Materials & Online Module

To complete this course and claim credit a score 100% on the quiz questions throughout the module is required. Select the blue "Start Module" button below to log into the CME Portal, register for the course and access and complete the module.  Please review the important notes in red below before starting the module.  

  • If you are logging into the Swedish CME portal for the first time since January 5, please view CME Account Creation instructions to link your new account to your previous CME Profile if applicable before starting the module.
  • In 2021 the module process changed, View the new online module completion instructions for our new CME system if this is your first module completion in our system this year.  Using the Chrome internet browser is recommended.  Contact cme@swedish.org with any questions or issues.
  • You will be required to register first to complete this course.  *If you are a Swedish Medical Staff member please choose the free "Swedish Medical Staff" registration fee option.*  
  • This module must be completed at one time and should take 30 minutes for the full process, view returning to an online module instructions if needed but progress may not have saved.
  • To receive a certificate/credit you must continue the steps to log-in and complete the evaluation after passing the module/quiz.


After completing the online module/quiz, you will be directed to:

  • Click on the Finish/Next button to be directed to the evaluation of this activity
  • LOG-IN again to the CME Portal to complete the evaluation and claim credit
  • Print your CME Certificate or if you are not able to print, log into the CME Portal to access your Transcript at any time to view and print your record of course completions.

CME Credit & Info

Accreditation with Commendation
Swedish Medical Center is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

AMA PRA Category 1 Credits

Swedish Medical Center designates this enduring material for a maximum of 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

Learning Objectives

  • Patient Safety - Promote the "Culture of Safety," minimize radiation doses to patient and prevent the possibility of acute radiation injuries.
  • Staff Safety - Minimize dose while maintaining both an actual and perceived safe working environment.
  • Compliance - Review State and Federal limits on radiation dose to both the employees (staff) and general public.

Disclosures & Commercial Support

The planning committee members and faculty have no financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.  No commercial support was used in the development of this CME activity.

General Info

This is a self-learning module requiring the participant to review information and answer questions related to the content.

Estimated Time to Complete
Allow 30 minutes to complete the self-learning module and exam.

View System Requirements - This course may not work correctly in Internet Explorer 10 or 11.  We apologize for the inconvenience. We recommend using Google Chrome or Safari.

Important Dates
Original Release Date: December 31, 2011
Reviewed: December 2013 & 2016 & 2019
End Date: December 31, 2022

Contact Information

Credentialing Questions: Swedish Medical Staff Services 206-386-2550
Course questions: Swedish CME 206-386-2755 or via email

References for the material can be found in the footnotes throughout the module.

Privacy & Confidentiality
The department of Continuing Medical Education at Swedish Medical Center is committed to protecting the privacy of those who utilize its Web site. The CME department will not release individual information about use of its site, including visitor e-mail addresses, to any third party. We will not transfer, sell or rent visitor e-mail addresses to any third party. The CME department may report general information about the activity to third parties. We will report only aggregate statistics, for instance, total number of page views, overall duration of visits, or similar aggregate data. The CME Department at Swedish Medical Center has taken reasonable steps to keep all information secure against unauthorized access and use. We will review our privacy policy regularly. Please direct any questions about this privacy statement to Swedish CME.

This learning activity is the property of Swedish Medical Center.

Updated: January 2, 2020.


Planning Committee and Content Developers

John Gough, MS, CHP, DABMP, RRPT; Director Radation Safety, Radiation Safety Officer
Kristin Manning, M.D., Chief of Radiology, Course Chair
Daniel Susanto, M.D., Radiologist
Barbara Shaw, Director, Medical Staff Services
Danielle Posadas, CME Specialist Sr.

John Gough, Radiation Safety Officer
Bart Keogh, M.D., Chief of Radiology, Course Chair
Daniel Susanto, M.D., Radiologist
Barbara Shaw, Director, Medical Staff Services
Danielle Posadas, CME Specialist Sr.


This course is free for all Swedish Medical Staff Members, Swedish Employees, and Radia Providers.  Please select the appropriate complimentary/free registration fee option when completing registration.  Participation and medical staff status will be confirmed/verified on a regular basis.

The course fee is $17 for all other participants.