FREE REVIEW FOR CREDIT of CPD ACTIVITES TO CELEBRATE MEDICAL RADIATION TECHNOLOGY WEEK IN CANADA!
The CAMRT wants to help your workplace celebrate MRT Week 2016 by offering free continuing education credit approval (CECAP) reviews for activities taking place November 6-12, 2016.
Only activities submitted by a sponsor will be accepted for credit approval.
Sponsors must plan a live lecture activity and submit it to the CAMRT no later than October 28, 2016.
Eligibility Criteria: • Live Lecture between November 6-12, 2016 • Topic relevant to the Radiological Sciences • Two (2) hours or less in length • Established date and time • Learning objective (one per hour) • Speaker name and designation
Download a copy of the Approval form.
If you have questions or need help with your application, please email email@example.com or call 800-463-9729 extension 226.
ALTERNATE EXAM DATE: Saturday, November 5th Exam Window * *This will only be accessible to those who pre-arranged an alternate exam date with the CAMRT. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by October 29th, 2016 if you would like to schedule your exam on this date.
• 7:30 am – 13:30 PM for BC candidates • 8:30 am – 14:30 PM for AB and SK candidates. • 9:30 am – 15:30 PM for SK and MB candidates. • 10:30 am – 16:30 PM for ON and QC candidates. • 11:30 am – 17:30 PM for NS, NB and PEI candidates. • 12:00 pm – 18:00 PM for NL candidates.
International candidates should calculate their exam time schedule for their individual time zone based on the hours listed above. To convert this open window to your time zone, refer to this time zone converter.
Join our engaging speakers as they provide a glimpse into various aspects of our ever-changing fields of practice – get Category A credit! Visit the CAMRT website for more information on this series. Webinars are free for members, $20 for non-members.
PET/CT: The Value in Collaborative Patient Care and Radiation Therapy Planning
Duration: 45 minutes + 15 minutes for questions
1.0 Credit Hours—Category A Credit
Presenter: Rebekah Bahr, RTNM, Functional Imaging PET/CT, BC Cancer Agency – Vancouver Centre, British Columbia
This webinar will explain:
- Why PET/CT scans can have a significant impact in radiation therapy planning and which patients would most benefit
- When PET/CT scans could be combined with CT sim appointments, and how it is performed
- Who participates in this multi-professional approach and what is their role in education and patient care management