Skip to Content

Vicki Dillard

Fax
(940) 397 4845
Title
Associate Professor/ Radiologist Assistant Clinical Coordinator
Location
Centennial Hall
Room
430R
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Midwestern State University Master of Science in Radiologic Sciences- Radiologist Assistant 2008
Midwestern State University Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences 2006
Midland College Associate of Applied Sciences- Radiography 1998
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Midwestern State University Associate Professor/ Radiologist Assistant Program Clinical Coordinator 09/01/2016
Midwestern State University Assistant Professor/ Radiologist Assistant Program Clinical Coordinator 09/01/2009 09/01/2016
Texas Health Resources Presyterian Dallas Interventional Radiologic Technologist/ CT Technologist/ Coding Specialist 04/01/2006 01/01/2011
Permian Regional Hospital Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist 01/01/2003 12/31/2003
Medical Center Hospital Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist 01/01/2003 01/01/2004
Midland Memorial Hospital Interventional Radiologic Technologist/ Cardiac Cath Lab Technologist/ Diagnostic Radiologic Technologist 01/01/1998 04/01/2006

Peer-Reviewed Research Publications

Refereed Journals

Sanders, V.L., & Flanagan J., (2015). Radiology physician extenders: A literature review of the history and use of physician extenders in medical imaging. Journal of Allied Health, 44 (4), 219-224.

Sanders, V.L. (2014). Patient satisfaction with radiologist assistants. Radiologic Technology, 85 (6), pp. 599-608.

Ten Napel, T.L., Sanders, V.L., & Wright, D.L. (2014). Radiologist assistant: Best fit for medical imaging. Radiology Management, 36 (2), 22-27.

Petree, C., Wright, D.L., Sanders, V.L., & Killion, J.B. (2012). Reducing incidence of bloodstream infections during peripheral catheter insertion and management: A literature review. Radiologic Technology, 83 (6), 532-540.

Nordeck, S.M., Sanders, V.L., & Killion, J.B. (2012). Comparative analysis of physician extenders curricular requirements in radiology: A Detailed View. Journal of the American College of Radiology, 9 (4), 270-274. doi. 10.1016/jacr.2011.12.006

Scholarly/ Professional Publications

Sanders, V.L., & Crowley, J. (2018). Keys to the Future. ASRT Scanner, 50(4), 56.

Sanders, V.L. (2017). Why we fight. ASRT Scanner, 49(5), 54-55.

Wright, D.L., Killion, J.B., Johnston, J., Sanders, V., Wallace, T., Jackson, R., Snodgrass, D., & Redd, R. (2008). RAs increase productivity. Radiologic Technology, 79 (4), 365–370.

Applied Research

Directed Readings

Sanders, V.L. (2020). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Management and imaging of biliary strictures. Medical Imaging Consultants, Inc. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L. (2019). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Mitral valve imaging with CT for transcatheter interventions. Medical Imaging Consultants, Inc. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L. (2017). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Uterine sparing interventional techniques for managing fibroids. Medical Imaging Consultants, Inc. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L. (2017). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Renal arteriovenous shunts. Medical Imaging Consultants, Inc. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L. (2017). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Imaging urinary diversions. Medical Imaging Consultants, Inc. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L. (2015). Medical imaging of adult neuropsychiatric disorders. eRadimaging.com Online version.

Sanders, V.L. (2013). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Abdominal and pelvic aneurysms and pseudoaneurysms. Medical Imaging Consultants Inc. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L. (2013). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Diagnosis and management of common ductal abnormalities. Medical Imaging Consultants, Inc. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L. (2012). Radiologic Trends for Technologists: Radiologic assessment of brain AVMs. Medical Imaging Consultants. Directed reading micinfo.com

Sanders, V.L., & Vealé, B. (2011). Systemic breast diseases and inflammatory breast lesions. eRadimaging.com Online version