iLEAD Presentation Competition Rules and Regulations
First Place $150.00
Second Place $100.00 Cash Award
Third Place $ 50.00
1. Radiologic Science, Radiation Therapy, Ultrasound, and MRI students
in an accredited Radiologic Science Program are encouraged to enter this competition.
2. The student/RTs must be a TSRT member by February 16, 2018 and
current member at the time of the 2018 Annual Meeting. TSRT membership applications can be found at www.tsrt.info
3. The following individuals/groups are prohibited from entering this
competition: Companies, School Employees, Faculty Members, Educators, TSRT Board Members, Judges, and companies /individuals
with TSRT Contracts. Students registered in any primary medical imaging modality
(Radiography, Nuclear Medicine, Radiation Therapy, etc.) regardless of enrollment status, will be qualified as a registered
technologist; therefore, the individual is ineligible to compete with non registered student technologists. this standard
will be applied according to the status during the time of competition.
4. TSRT reserves the right to limit the number of speakers for this
competition due to time constraints. Educators and students will be notified via email by February 28, 2018 of
5. The student must be registered and in attendance at the Annual
Meeting to participate in this event.
6. Use of Microsoft Word and PowerPoint only
1. Students wishing to enter must complete the online 2018
Application for iLEAD Leadership Presentation Competition that is available below.
2. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org the following: 1. An outline and three (3)objectives of the presentation
in Microsoft Word only format. 2. A Letter from your Program Director verifying your student status. The attached
letter from your Program Director needs to be on college/school letterhead. Email dates must be between January 16 and February
28, 2018. Deadlines are firm.
3. The email should be labeled with the student's name and competition name in the
subject line. The email should include the presentation outline and verification letter as separately labeled documents.
4. Presentations submitted for award consideration must not have
been shown at any previous TSRT or ASRT meeting/convention and must be done entirely by the student speaker.
1. Only one (1) student speaker per presentation.
2. The outline of the presentation must cover the entire subject matter.
3. The PowerPoint presentation must be PowerPoint 2000 or newer.
4. To comply with ASRT rules and regulations for continuing education,
the length of the presentation must be fifteen (15) minutes. The student's program director/designee is responsible
for ensuring that the presentation meets the 15 minute minimum time requirement. Judges/designee will time the presentation
and their decisions are final.
5. The topics must relate to the Radiologic Sciences or Radiation Therapy
such as Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology, Ultrasound, Interventional, CT, Nuclear Medicine, Cardiology, MRI, etc.), Radiation
Therapy, Radioactive Events, Patient Care, Medical Diseases/Syndromes, and/or Professionalism.
6. The student will bring their PowerPoint presentation to the Annual
Meeting on a CD, DVD, or Jump Drive and submit it to the iLead Leadership Chair at the beginning of the competition.
7. TSRT Officers, Educational Alliance Chair, and/or Judges
may disqualify/stop a presentation if they feel the speaker is presenting false, copied, or offensive information.
1. Three judges will be appointed by the President, Vice President and/or
Educational Alliance Chair from the membership attending the 2018 TSRT Annual Meeting.
2. The judges are the responsibility of the Vice President and their
decisions will be final.
3. Presentations will be judged on the following:
- Originality: New approach, procedure, or technique, evidence of research,
and knowledge and level of difficulty of subject matter
- Value and Interest: Practical value/interest to technologist/students and
educational value to technologist/students
- Presentation: Proper credit given where warranted, speaker followed previously
submitted outline, orderliness and clarity of thoughts/ideas in the presentation, and evaluation of PowerPoint presentation
including structure, spelling, and operation