Message from our President
On behalf of CAMRT, I would like to welcome you to join us at the 72nd CAMRT Annual General Conference. It will be held May 29 – June 1, 2014 in Edmonton, Alberta with all educational events and exhibit hall in the beautiful Shaw Conference Centre.
The conference committee, with support from the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists, is busy planning an exciting educational program that will include both plenary and discipline specific sessions as well as plenty of opportunities for networking with new friends and old.
The 2014 exhibit hall will be a showcase for the most innovative new technologies in all disciplines of medical radiation technology. It’s also the venue for informative poster sessions, and the ‘hub’ of activity for the CAMRT Member Services team –with a comfortable lounge where you can learn more about what your association is doing for you now and into the future.
Watch the website for conference updates and program information, and start planning your travel to Edmonton now by clicking on the links below.
I look forward to seeing you in Edmonton.
Call for Proposals
We need your experience and expertise!
The CAMRT 72nd Annual General Conference will be held at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton, Alberta on May 29 – June 1, 2014.
The CAMRT invites technologists and other healthcare professionals to submit program proposals for this multidisciplinary national educational event. Program proposals will be accepted for the following disciplines: radiological technology (general and CT), mammography, interventional radiology, nuclear medicine, magnetic resonance, radiation therapy, management / leadership, and education for MRT educators as well as for multidisciplinary subject matter. For a list of suggested topics, click here.
We welcome submissions on the most current and topical issues via the proposal submission site.
Don’t delay – the deadline for submissions is Wednesday, October 23, 2013.
Call for Reviewers
The CAMRT is seeking experienced medical radiation technologists interested in reviewing proposals for the call for presentations for the 2014 AGC. Maintaining educational content of the highest quality depends on reviewers with a high level of expertise and an ability to be objective, fair and insightful in their evaluation of submissions.
Peer reviewers will be asked to evaluate blinded submissions, during a two-week time frame. An online assessment tool will be provided along with a grading scheme to allow reviewers to rate the proposals with respect to currency, quality of learning experience and contribution to the field of medical radiation technology.
If you are interested in becoming a reviewer, please complete the following survey