In order to be registered as a member of the College of Medical Radiation and Imaging Technologists of Ontario, members must meet the professional education and other registration requirements set by the College. They must continue to educate themselves about practical, legal, ethical, and other matters pertaining to the profession. They must be competent, accountable and collaborative in their practice.
Members must understand, and adhere to, the legislation governing the practice of the profession, the Standards of Practice set by the College, the Code of Ethics and the by-laws of the College.
a. have the knowledge, skills and judgement to perform procedures undertaken in the course of the practice of the profession
b. take responsibility for decisions and actions, including those undertaken independently and those undertaken as a member of the team
c. work with other members of the health care team to achieve the best possible outcomes for the patient
d. adhere to all relevant provincial and federal legislation and guidelines governing the practice of the profession
e. adhere to the Standards of Practice set by the College
f. adhere to the Code of Ethics and the by-laws of the College
g. adhere to all regulations made under the Medical Radiation and Imaging Technology Act including: