The Joint Review Committee on Education in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (JRC-DMS) is a nonprofit organization in existence to establish, maintain and promote quality standards for educational programs in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS). Since 1983, the organization has provided a mechanism of committee review to recognize educational programs throughout the United States that instruct students in the disciplines related to DMS through education consistent with standards for entry into practice. Read more about JRC-DMS»
MARCH 4, 2015 | Change to CAAHEP Standard V.A.4. Fair Practices, Publications and Disclosures - Read»
JANUARY 20, 2015 | JRC-DMS Launches New Website - Read»
JANUARY 2015 | Program Goals and Expectations (Compliance to Standard II.C Minimum Expectations) - Read»
JANUARY 2015 | Request for Exception to Clinical Competency Policy Now Available - Read»
JANUARY 2015 | Curriculum Development Form Now Available - Read»
The JRC-DMS has developed the following series of webcasts to assist Program Directors and other Program or Institution Personnel in understanding the accreditation process, CAAHEP Standards, Self-Study and Site Visit process.
The series is intended to be a useful tool whether you are seeking accreditation for the first time or have been a long standing CAAHEP accredited program.
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