Class of 2009
The IPT program at Boise State was a learning experience that was second to none, and one that I will never forget. The curriculum was well organized as were the professors, instructors and support staff. There was never an instance that I felt alone or unsupported during my distance learning. The experience of completing my culminating thesis project allowed me to study a “real world” situation and devise possible solutions for the recognized performance gaps. Using the data acquired from my thesis, I was awarded a grant that funded the actual implementation of my proposed solution. Personally, the IPT program was a full circle experience.
Duman, B.**, & Martin, P. (2012, January/February). Reducting errant ordered radiology exams. Radiology Management, 341, 18-22.
Duman, B.**, Chyung, S. Y.+, Villachica, S.+, & Winiecki, D.+ (2011). Root causes of errant ordered radiology exams: Results of a needs assessment. Performance Improvement Journal, 50(1), 17-24.
Duman, B**, (2010, March). Root Causes of Errant Ordered Radiology Exams. PerformanceXpress Newsletter, March , ’10 issue.
Outstanding Graduate 2009
Published “Reducing Errant Ordered Radiology Exams” in Radiology Management (2012)
Co-Author and Recipient of Research Grant From AHRA & Toshiba Medical (2009)