Advice to Medical Radiation Technologists
The expectations of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario (CMRTO) regarding the responsibilities of individual MRTs are based on the profession’s standards of practice and professional misconduct regulations of the CMRTO. These responsibilities focus on the health care needs of your patients. A breach of any of the standards, guidelines, and regulations could leave an MRT vulnerable to a complaint.
CMRTO strongly recommends that every MRT review with his or her manager, supervisor, and if applicable, union representative, the ongoing professional responsibilities which continue in the event of any work stoppage, lawful or unlawful, which may be undertaken at a given workplace.
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What you must know about... Professional accountability of MRTs during a work stoppage