Medical radiation technologists who are registered to practice in Ontario can apply to the Allied Health Professional Development Fund (AHPDF) 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 Ontario’s patients, residents and clients.

The AHPDF Electronic Health Library will give you access to:

DynaMed Plus®

An evidence-based clinical reference tool designed to provide quick answers to clinical questions at the point-of-care. It provides clinically-organized summaries for more than 4,500 topics, which are updated daily with new information identified through a systematic review of medical literature.

CINAHL® Complete

Gives you a trusted, evidence-based research tool to turn to, providing instant access to:

  • Over 1,400 top-tier full-text journals

  • Indexing for more than 5,400 journals

  • Full text dating back to 1937

  • Searchable cited references for more than 1,500 journals

  • More than 5 million records

  • And More 

MEDLINE® with Full Text

Provides access to thousands of medical journals covering:

  • Allied Health

  • Medicine

  • Nursing

  • Dentistry

  • The Health Care System,

  • Pre-Clinical Sciences

  • And More

Click here to learn more about these free resources.

Find out if you are eligible to apply for education grants and access to DynaMed Plus, CINAHL Complete, and MEDLINE with Full Text!

Learn more about the AHPDF Electronic Health Library by clicking here.

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