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.
The CMRTO has circulated to members proposed By-laws No. 55 which amends current By-law No. 28 relating to the register and information to be provided by members of the CMRTO and By-law No. 56 which amends current By-law No. 12 respecting the election and selection of Council members of the CMRTO. In accordance with the Health Professions Procedural Code, the proposed by-laws are being circulated to the members of the CMRTO in order to provide an opportunity for comment. If you have any comments or questions respecting proposed By-laws No. 55 and No. 56, please contact the Registrar, Linda Gough, by email, phone or in writing no later than September 1, 2015. Click here to see the amendments.
This year, Ontario celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). This landmark law has made Ontario a leader in accessibility. Ontario is admired around the world for its progressive, diverse and inclusive society and this is something we can all be very proud of!
The CMRTO is pleased to announce that Insights Spring 2015 is available on our website. Please click here to read Insights or visit the Publications section under Resources to read back issues of the newsletter.
The CMRTO is now on Twitter! Be sure to follow @CMRTO for meeting updates, the latest mail outs and special events. Our account can be accessed directly from the CMRTO website by clicking on the Twitter icon in the top right corner of every page, as well as our Twitter feed at bottom of every page. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and read Registrar & CEO, Linda Gough’s latest post on ‘Linda’s Blog’.
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