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Updated Collaboration Guidelines for MLTs released

19 June 2018

At its April 8, 2018 meeting, the CMLTO Quality Assurance Committee passed a motion to approve the updated Collaboration Guidelines for Medical Laboratory Technologists.
The Collaboration Guidelines outline some enablers and barriers to IPC that are contextual to an MLT’s professional culture. These guidelines focus on helping MLTs learn and apply decision-making tools to practise collaboratively. 
Click here to access the Collaboration Guidelines (PDF), and here for other professional practice resources.

CAMLPR announces incorporation

18 June 2018

The Canadian Alliance of Medical Laboratory Professionals Regulators (CAMLPR) is pleased to announce that Corporations Canada has granted CAMLPR’s Certificate of Incorporation under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act.
Learn more by clicking here (PDF).

Looking for a speaker?

29 May 2018

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The CMLTO is committed to building relationships with members, other health profession colleges, key stakeholders, and the public. 

We are pleased to provide speakers on a wide variety of topics, including its regulatory role, ethics and professionalism, interprofessional collaboration, and the Voluntary Roster of Registered Medical Laboratory Technicians.

To request a CMLTO speaker to deliver a presentation, please e-mail  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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