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As part of its public protection mandate, the CMLTO is strongly committed to transparency and ensuring that its regulatory processes and information about members can be accessed easily. The CMLTO is committed to engaging with the public about the College’s role in public protection.

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The CMLTO welcomes comments, questions, and feedback at all times, even when formal consultations or outreach initiatives are not underway. Learn more by clicking here.
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The CMLTO office will be closed on July 1, 2019, for the Canada Day statutory holiday. Regular office hours resume at 8:30 am on July 2nd.
The CMLTO publishes lists of approved refresher courses for MLTs. Refresher course hours may be required for a person applying for a Practising class of registration certificate who cannot demonstrate active engagement, or for a Non-practising member who wishes to change class to Practising.

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The CMLTO has released four new interprofessional collaboration (IPC) case studies for MLTs to support and advance IPC in order to enhance patient care. These new resources augment the four IPC case studies the CMLTO had previously released, bringing the total to eight.
The series was developed to illustrate opportunities for IPC in various professional practice scenarios.
To read or download the case studies, click here to access the PDFs.
The Competence Evaluation (CE) is the third component of the CMLTO Quality Assurance Program (QAP) as described by the Medical Laboratory Technology Act, 1991. The purpose of the competence evaluation is to assess a member’s knowledge, skill, and judgment in one or more of the specialties in which the member is registered to practise. 

The Quality Assurance Committee (QAC) may require a member to participate in a CE assessment if the Committee is of the opinion, based on a review of the member’s portfolio, the results of a practice review or any other relevant written information, that the member’s knowledge, skill, and judgment are unsatisfactory. Members are NOT randomly selected; they are directed by the QAC to participate in the CE assessment.

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