CAMRT membership is obtained by applying to the provincial organization in the province in which you are working. Combined membership means that your membership with your provincial organization is a membership with the CAMRT. Together we advocate for you provincially, nationally and internationally. Please note that the table below lists the CAMRT’s portion of the combined national-provincial dues only. The provincial organization dues are in addition to CAMRT’s dues and differ from province-to-province. Please contact your provincial organization directly for information on the provincial portion of the combined national-provincial dues. If you are practicing in PEI, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Newfoundland & Labrador, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Yukon or outside of Canada, you may apply directly to CAMRT. Please contact us at 1-800-463-9729 ext. 225 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Member Type||CAMRT Dues||Voting Privileges||Description|
|Full Practice||$220 (Includes PLI**)||Yes||Full Practice membership is available to MRTs who have been certified by the CAMRT through examination, or who are licensed or certified by provincial regulatory bodies that are recognized as such by CAMRT, such as the college in Quebec (OTIMROEPMQ). Professional liability and legal defense coverage is included with a full practice membership**. MRTs practicing in PEI, Quebec, Alberta, Newfoundland & Labrador, Saskatchewan, Nunavut, Northwest Territories, Yukon or outside of Canada can apply for membership online by logging into your profile. For other provinces, please contact your provincial organization.|
|Limited Practice||$220 (Includes PLI)||Yes||Limited Practice membership is available to individuals who are either licensed or certified by a provincial regulatory authority for limited practice where such regulatory authority exists or by a provincial educational authority through a provincial organization approved program. This category is not available in all provinces.|
|Temporary Practice||$220 (Includes PLI)||No||Temporary practice membership is available to individuals who are eligible to write the CAMRT national certification exam and have been granted a permit to practice on a temporary or restricted basis by a regulatory authority where such regulatory authority exists.|
|Non-Practicing||$95||Yes||Non-Practicing membership is available to MRTs who qualify for full practice membership but have temporarily or permanently discontinued their practice of the profession and wish to maintain a relationship with the Association.|
|Senior||$35||Yes||Senior membership is available to any full practice qualified member who has been a CAMRT member for 30 years or more, or has reached the age of 55, whichever occurs first, and who is no longer directly or indirectly involved in the practice of the profession of medical radiation technology.|
|Student||N/A||No||Student membership is available to individuals enrolled in a Canadian medical radiation technology program accredited by Accreditation Canada . Students are automatically made members of the CAMRT as soon as their student membership is approved by the provincial organization; there is no charge for the CAMRT Student membership. Student Application Form|
|Honorary||N/A||No||Limited practice members or individuals who are not otherwise eligible for membership in the Association, and who have rendered distinguished service to the profession may be honoured by the Association by election of the Board of Directors, to this category of distinguished membership.|
|Life||N/A||Yes||Life membership may be conferred upon full practice, senior or non-practicing members by the Board of Directors of the Association. Promotion to life membership is based on distinguished service to the Association.|
**Professional Liability Insurance ( PLI) is optional for members who are full practice qualified, licensed in the Province of Quebec and have PLI through l’Ordre des technologues en imagerie médicale, en radio-oncologie, et en électrophysiologie médicale du Québec (OTIMROEPMQ). CAMRT dues are non-refundable.