Learn more about what we do and how we can help you. You can also check the qualifications of your medical radiation and imaging technologist, or file a complaint if you feel your medical radiation and imaging technologist has behaved unprofessionally.
Medical radiation and imaging technologists can update their registration information, update their QA ePortfolio, learn about professional practice and contact us with questions.
Individuals can apply for registration with CMRITO in one or more of our specialties of radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance and diagnostic medical sonography.
Find out about the CMRITO’s regulatory responsibilities in professional practice, the continued competence or QA program, professional conduct and discipline, as well as provide feedback or comment on public consultations.
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Employers of medical radiation and imaging technologists in radiography, radiation therapy, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance and diagnostic medical sonography can find out about the practice of medical radiation and imaging technologists and their legal obligations as employers in this section.
Find out about who we are and our work in regulating the profession here.
You have selected the application process for a person applying for registration with CMRITO who is registered by a regulatory body to practice in another regulated province in Canada in one of the specialties of medical radiation and imaging technology - radiography, nuclear medicine, radiation therapy, magnetic resonance and diagnostic medical sonography.
If this is your situation select the specialty that you are applying for and click on "Apply for Registration" to continue. If not, click on the "Quick Links" tab available on top of the webpage, select "Manage Applications" and withdraw this application then start a new application.
You must already hold an out-of-province certificate of registration granted by an out-of-province regulatory authority that is equivalent to the certificate of registration issued by the CMRITO in the specialty being applied for. If you wish to apply for more than one specialty, you must complete a separate application for each specialty for which you are applying. Further information about the application and registration process and the forms that your supervisor and employer will need to complete can be found in the application guide.
"Out-of-province certificate of registration" means a certificate, licence or registration granted by an out-of-province regulatory authority which attests to the individual being qualified to practise the profession of medical radiation and imaging technology and authorizes the individual to practise the profession, use a title or designation relating to the profession or both.
"Out-of-province regulatory authority" means a body that is authorized, under an Act of a province or territory of Canada that is a party to the Agreement on Internal Trade, other than Ontario, to grant an out-of-province certificate of registration.
Information about the application process and helpful hints can be found in the Canadian-Labour Mobility application guide. You should review the guide and get your documents together before you start the application process.
When you are ready to start your application select your specialty and click on Apply for Registration.