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COVID-19 Update

The College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario (CMRITO) is closely monitoring the situation with the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) as it relates to the practice of medical radiation and imaging technologists (MRITs) and the services they provide to patients. As regulated health professionals, MRITs are accountable to their patients and the public to provide safe, effective and ethical medical radiation and imaging technology services. Members of the CMRITO do this every day by ensuring that their practice meets the legislative requirements and standards of the profession in all types of practice situations, including during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

As MRITs are aware, there are effective infection prevention and control measures in place across the Ontario health system, especially in the hospitals, clinics and cancer centres where MRITs practise. In addition, MRITs are required to use appropriate infection control procedures in the course of the diagnostic or therapeutic procedure being performed (CMRITO Practice Standard #4, Safe Practice, indicator m).
 

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Insights Winter 2020

The Winter 2020 issue of Insights, CMRITO’s newsletter for members, applicants and stakeholders, is now available. Please click here to view this issue.

This issue features the following articles: 
  • We've changed our name!
  • Election 2020
  • CMRTO is now CMRITO!
  • 2019-nCoV (Coronavirus or COVID-19)
  • Summary of Discipline Hearing
  • Professional practice workshops
  • Suspended Members
Click here to read Insights now.
 

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CMRITO Professional Practice Workshops

Throughout 2020, Deputy Registrar Caroline Morris will be conducting a series of workshops across the province focusing on professional practice. 

The first two workshops – scheduled for Toronto in February and Brampton in March – are now full. If you are still interested in attending either of these events, please use the links in the messages sent to CMRITO members this week to add your name to the waitlists for these sessions. 

The workshops will concentrate on the CMRITO Standards of Practice and patient and family focused care.

Using interactive discussions and case studies, the workshops will cover the accountabilities and practice expectations of each CMRITO member as a self-regulated professional. Attendees will also examine patient communication best practices, and participate in exercises where you can share your expertise and collaborate with colleagues about providing compassionate patient and family focused care to your patients. 
 

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