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Executive Director

Local Address: Edmond, Oklahoma, United States
Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.Ed.
  • master's degree , area of nuclear medicine technology
    University of Oklahoma
  • bachelor's degree , radiologic technology
    OUHSC
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Directory of Programmatic Accrediting Organizations
www.chea.org, 1 July 2013 [cached]
Jan M. Winn, Executive Director 2000 W. Danforth Road, Suite 130, #203 Edmond, OK 73003 Phone: 405-285-0546 Fax: 405-285-0579
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Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section Names Jan Winn as Outstanding Educator Jun 20, 2005 - Jan Winn, M.Ed., RT(N), CNMT, of Edmond, Okla., was named recipient of the Outstanding Educator Award by the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section (SNMTS) during SNM's 52nd Annual Meeting June 18-22 in Toronto.
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interactive.snm.org, 21 June 2005 [cached]
Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section Names Jan Winn as Outstanding EducatorSociety of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section Names Jan Winn as Outstanding Educator
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Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section Names Jan Winn as Outstanding Educator Posted June 21, 2005Source: SNM
Associate Professor of Radiologic Technology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Honored During 52nd Annual Meeting in Toronto
Jan Winn, M.Ed., RT(N), CNMT, of Edmond, Okla.
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Jan Winn, M.Ed.
TORONTO, Canadaâ€"Jan Winn, M.Ed., RT(N), CNMT, of Edmond, Okla., was named recipient of the Outstanding Educator Award by the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section (SNMTS) during SNM's 52nd Annual Meeting June 18-22 in Toronto.
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Winn has been an associate professor in the department of radiologic technology in the college of allied health at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center (OUHSC), Oklahoma City, Okla., since 2000.She is also the department's vice chair, nuclear medicine program director and Web program director.
"Jan Winn is an exceptional educator whose recommendations pointed out her unique ability to easily explain complex concepts," said SNMTS President Nanci A. Burchell, CNMT, FSNMTS.
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An SNMTS member since 1985, Winn received her master's degree in the areas of historical, philosophical and social foundations of education from the University of Oklahoma and her bachelor's degree in radiologic technology in the area of nuclear medicine technology from OUHSC.The SNM Southwestern Chapter member is certified by the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Winn, who is chair of the board of directors of the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology, has also served as its vice chair and as BOD member.She has been an accreditation site visitor since 1995.
The 2003 recipient of the University of Oklahoma Presidential Professorship Award, Winn has also received the 2002 OUHSC Faculty Governance Award, the Student Council Outstanding Teacher Award, the Philip E. Smith Service Award and many other honors and awards.She has taught courses such as the Introduction to Clinical Nuclear Medicine Technology, Principles of Nuclear Medicine, Medical Ethics and Law, Nuclear Pharmacy, Laboratory Regulations and Accreditation in Nuclear Medicine, Advanced Clinical Nuclear Medicine Technology and Imaging Devices in Nuclear Medicine.She is the author of five peer-reviewed articles and numerous abstracts, posters, presentations and proposals.She has been a member of the Radiologic Technology editorial review board since 1998.
In addition, Winn is a member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the Oklahoma Section of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, the Oklahoma Society of Radiologic Technologists, the Association of Educators in Radiologic Sciences and the American Society of Nuclear Cardiology.
"It is an honor to receive the Outstanding Educator Award," said Winn."It's wonderful that SNMTS leadership created this award to recognize educators in nuclear medicine technology," she added.Winn, who will receive $750 and a plaque, thanked Vesper Grantham, CNMT, her colleagues, students and alumni who supported her nomination for this honor.
ADVANCE for Imaging and Radiation Therapy Professionals | Editorial
imaging-radiology-oncology-technologist.advanceweb.com, 2 Nov 2005 [cached]
Educator Jan Winn: Helping Students Find the Spark
ADVANCE for Imaging and Radiation Therapy Professionals | Editorial
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Educator Jan Winn: Helping Students Find the Spark
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"As an educator, I love it when I see things click into place for students," said Jan Winn, MEd, CNMT, RT(N)."I feel that I am opening up something new for them.Then I get a thrill when I see that sparkle or see it click."
Although students do not always recognize the importance of what she teaches while they are in class, Winn said, they often contact her afterward to thank her for giving them the tools they need for success.It is rewarding to help someone get a good job and prepare them to provide quality health care to their patients, said Winn, director of the nuclear medicine program at the University of Oklahoma.
Although Winn is content with the intangible rewards of seeing her students go on to good careers, her students and peers in the education field felt she deserved a more formal recognition of her dedication.Therefore, they nominated her for the Outstanding Educator Award inaugurated this year by the Society of Nuclear Medicine Technologist Section (SNMTS).She received a plaque and a $700 prize at the June meeting of the SNM in Toronto.
Jan Winn is an exceptional educator with a unique ability to easily explain complex concepts, said Nanci Burchell, CNMT, FSNMTS, outgoing president of the SNMTS.
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Winn always knew she wanted a health career, but not as a nurse or a physician.While attending college on the Norman campus of the University of Oklahoma in the early 1980s, she took an introduction to health professions class.Listening to the lecturer on radiologic technology, who eventually became her professional mentor, she became attracted to nuclear medicine and arranged to job shadow at a local hospital.
"They showed me around and let me watch them perform a few procedures, then they pulled up a gated cardiac image and it just grabbed me," Winn said."I liked physiology, and this was physiology in action, so I immediately declared it my major, finished my prerequisites and got accepted to the program on the other campus."
Although the main campus of the University of Oklahoma is in Norman, the Heath Sciences Center is located in Oklahoma City.
After graduating with a bachelor's degree in nuclear medicine in 1986, Winn worked as a staff technologist in two Oklahoma hospitals for about three years.As these hospitals were clinical sites for the University of Oklahoma nuclear medicine program, she had the experience of working with students and enjoyed the experience of teaching.When an opening arose for a clinical coordinator in the nuclear medicine program, she applied for and won that job, which involved about 50 percent clinical coordinator tasks and 50 percent teaching.
During the next five years, she finished her master's in education at the Norman campus, which prepared her to take on the job of program director in 1993.
In addition to her teaching duties, Winn is chair of the board of directors of the Joint Review Committee on Educational Programs in Nuclear Medicine Technology and was the 2003 recipient of the University of Oklahoma Presidential Professorship Award.
"There is always some challenge to be working on, so it makes for exciting work," Winn concluded.
STAT Read | August 2005 | ImagingEconomics.com
www.imagingeconomics.com, 1 Aug 2005 [cached]
SNM also named Jan Winn, MEd, RT(N), CNMT, an associate professor in the Department of Radiologic Technology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, the recipient of the Outstanding Educator Award...Jeff O'Neal has been named chief financial officer of SmartPACS, Irvington, NJ...Deb Knapp has been appointed general manager Americas IIS sales and marketing for GE Healthcare, Waukesha, Wis...Toshiba America Medical Systems Inc, Tustin, Calif, has promoted Robb Young to senior manager for Market Segment Cardiology CT...David James Brooks, MD, DSc, FRCP, FMedSci, has been honored with the 2005 Kuhl-Lassen Award by the Society of Nuclear Medicine and its Brain Imaging Council.
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