CE or Professional Development
This section is dedicated to continuing education material for the SAMRT. Questions can be directed to the SAMRT office by clicking here
Mandatory Continuing Education
The SAMRT recognizes that advancing technology and increasing responsibility requires technologists to continually update their knowledge and skills. Continuing education ensures professional competence and prevents professional obsolescence.
Continuing education is mandatory for maintaining membership/licensure with the SAMRT. Each MRT has a duty to attend, track, and report CE activity regardless of employment or registration status.
How many credits do I need?
A minimum of 10 Medical Radiation Technology credits per year. Dues years rather than calendar years will be used for credit accumulation December 1 - November 30.
How do I keep track of my CE credits?
Personal continuing education forms may be obtained from the SAMRT website. Ensure that all credits documented are in compliance with the SAMRT Continuing Education Guidelines & Audit Expectations.
How do I submit my credits?
Members are asked on their annual renewal to declare that they have earned the minimum amount of continuing education credits. 10% of the membership is audited on an annual basis to provide verification of their credits as declared on the renewal.
Continuing Education Opportunities for SAMRT Members
2018 AGM and Joint Conference
Saturday, April 14, 2018 Regina Conexus Arts Centre
Click here for the Ministry of Health Presentation at the SAMRT Conference in 2017:
MRTs and Sonographers in Saskatchewan: Careers Prospects
Saskatoon Breast Imaging Update 2017
October 14-15, 2017 Saskatoon City Hospital
email email@example.com to request information.
Education Day organized by RQHR
November 19, 2016, Regina General Hospital
Click here for the Education Day Poster
Click here for the Education Day Program
Medical Imaging Rounds Sessions:
To join a Telehealth rounds session, you must attend at a Telehealth site. These sessions are not available over the open internet to personal computers. If you wish to attend a session in Regina, please contact:
306-766-3400 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Aunt Minnie website offers courses and free journals:
Visit www.auntminniecme.com to create an account to receive newsletters and access to articles and also courses.
Courses require a small fee; depending on the course, different fees apply. They also offer access to free journal articles.
The BCAMRT is pleased to announce that their webinar videos are now available to non-members.
The resource library contains almost 20 recordings of the most popular webinar events, hosted by exceptional speakers on subjects such as Infection Control; Innovation and Change in the BC Health System.
Preceptor Education and Support in Saskatchewan
A new preceptor website was launched in November to support preceptor in all health science disciplines.
GE Healthcare Learning System
This portal accesses GE Healthcare training and education including continuing education (CE) courses and GE Healthcare product training.
Continuing competence through professional development is important in the dynamic environment of medical radiation technology. CPD at CAMRT is your gateway to a varied menu of online course options.
Visit here for more information: http://www.camrt.ca/professional-development/
For information on Practice Insights: A CAMRT Webinar Series visit: http://www.camrt.ca/professional-development/ Practice Insights: A CAMRT Webinar Series
OAMRS offers courses online for your CE (Continuing Education) credits.
The Michener Institute of Education at UHN
For nearly sixty years, The Michener Institute of Education at UHN has remained Canada's only post-secondary institution devoted exclusively to health scienes education. With an emphasis on interprofessional collaboration, leadership, and simulation-based learning, our Continuing Education courses and programs help busy healthcare professionals maintain their skills, enhance or advance their practice, reach their professional development goals, and contribute to the healthcare needs across Canada and beyond.