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CMLTO submits Fair Registration Practices report

14 March 2018

CMLTO has submitted its Fair Registration Practices Report Medical Laboratory Technologists for 2017 to the Office of the Fairness Commissioner. Click here to read or download the report (PDF).

CMLTO posts copies of its Fair Registration Practices Reports here.

View the Office of the Fairness Commissioner's assessment reports and reviews of CMLTO's registration practices, from 2007 to the present, by clicking here.

MLTs: your input is requested

06 March 2018

Consent and capacity knowledge assessment survey
In 2017, the Federation of Health Regulatory Colleges of Ontario (FHRCO) of which CMLTO is a member, convened a Consent & Capacity Working Group. The Working Group’s first task is to assess the current knowledge of all regulated health professionals in Ontario regarding consent and capacity.
Results of the survey will be used to determine the feasibility of creating collaborative educational materials to improve members' understanding of their legal and professional obligations for obtaining consent and assessing capacity in their respective practice settings. 
CMLTO encourages all members to respond to the survey which should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Your responses are anonymous and will only be used and communicated in aggregate format. Please click here to launch the survey complete it by April 15, 2018. Thank you for your assistance.

Free evidence-based practice resources for allied health professionals!

26 February 2018

MLTs registered to practice in Ontario can apply to the Allied Health Professional Development Fund for education grants for professional development activities that enhance the quality of care and services they provide to Ontarians.

Allied health professionals who are eligible for AHPDF education grants are also able to create an account at www.ahpdf.ca to access its extensive, practice-focused Electronic Health Library powered by EBSCO Health. These evidence-based resources can help allied health professionals grow their professional knowledge and expertise in the care of Ontarians:
DynaMed Plus® (PDF), MEDLINE® (PDF), and CINAHL® Complete (PDF).

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