This section is dedicated to continuing education (CE) material for the SAMRT. Questions can be directed to the SAMRT office by clicking here.
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. Ten percent (10%) of the membership is audited on an annual basis to provide verification of their credits as declared on their renewal.
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. A minimum of 10 Medical Radiation Technology credits per year are required. Dues years, rather than calendar years, will be used for credit accumulation December 1 - November 30.
Members are asked on their annual renewal to declare that they have earned the minimum amount of continuing education credits. If a member doesn’t have sufficient CE credits at the time of renewal, Section 13(2) of the Regulatory Bylaws states that Members who have not completed the continuing education credits required by clause (1)(b) may receive a full practice licence on the condition that they practice only under direct supervision until they complete the required CE credits. Contact the office if you do not have sufficient credits.
A minimum of ten (10) Medical Radiation Technology credits per year. Dues years rather than calendar years will be used for credit accumulation: December 1 - November 30.
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.
Members are asked on their annual renewal to declare that they have earned the minimum amount of continuing education credits. Ten percent (10%) of the membership is audited on an annual basis to provide verification of their credits as declared on the renewal. It is fraudulent to make a false declaration.
Your choice of continuous learning activities must be related to improving your knowledge, skills and judgment as a member of the profession. A variety of learning activities may be used in order to support learning that is relevant to the member’s practice. The continuous education activities may be in any format that meets your learning needs and may include professional readings, seminars, webinars, conferences, courses, learning from other professionals (e.g., attendance at rounds, tutorials and staff meetings), training on new equipment, applications, procedures or software, writing and delivering presentations, courses or clinical teaching, research, writing a professional journal article or paper, and others.
Refer to the
SAMRT CE Guidelines and Audit Expectations for more information on learning
activities and the CE credits awarded. Click here to view.
The resources listed are not intended to be a comprehensive list of courses available.
As a service to the members, the SAMRT strives to present an annual education conference in association with the Annual General Meeting (AGM). CE Credits are calculated based on the number of presentations and includes attendance at the AGM.
The 2020 AGM and Joint Conference is set for September 26, 2020 in Regina.
May 30, 2020
Due to the rapidly-evolving outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in keeping with the recommendations and advice of governments and public health officials about public gatherings, the CAMRT and the CAMRT 2020 planning committee have made the difficult decision to cancel the CAMRT 2020 conference scheduled for May 30-31, 2020 in Ottawa.
The 78th Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists – May 31, 2020
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) will be held on May 31, 2020 from 12:00 – 13:30. It will be broadcast live to make it accessible to all members. Register below to participate virtually, for free, via GoToWebinar. Available to CAMRT members only.
For a full list of course dates and locations, visit www.listromtrainingandconsulting.com
MHFA is a nationally recognized two-day workshop developed by the Mental Health Commission of Canada. The course aims to develop the skills of participants in providing help to a person experiencing a mental health problem or in a mental health crisis.
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 http://www.rqhealth.ca/departments/telehealth