CAMRT Positions and Research

CAMRT Position Papers and Statements

CAMRT SC CSMLS Joint Statement Mental Health Crisis
The palliative clinical specialist radiation therapist: A CAMRT White Paper
Discontinuing the Use of Gonadal and Fetal Shielding for Patients – May 2021

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> Patient discussion aids // Posters

Reducing the Prevalence of MRT Burnout – Jan 2021 
Personal Protective Equipment for Medical Radiation Technologists during the COVID-19 Crisis – Dec 2020
CAMRT Advanced Practice Framework


CAMRT Government Submissions

Federal Budget Submissions

CAMRT Pre-budget submission 2023
CAMRT Pre-budget submission 2022
CAMRT Pre-budget-submission 2019
CAMRT Pre-budget-submission 2018


Submissions to the House of Commons Standing Committees and Studies

CAMRT Brief to House of Commons Standing Committee on Health (HESA) on Canada’s Health Workforce – March 2022
CAMRT Brief to House of Commons Standing Committee on Health (HESA) on Palliative Care in Radiation Therapy – May 2020
CAMRT Brief Brief to the National Advisory Panel on Health Care Innovation – November 2014
CAMRT Brief to House of Commons Standing Committee on Health (HESA) on scope of practice and skills training of healthcare professionals – October 2014
CAMRT Brief to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Natural Resources on the supply of medical isotopes – June 2009


CAMRT Research

Sick Leave and Leave of Absence Survey

Sick Leave and Leave of Absence Survey, 2021


National Mental Health Survey

CAMRT National Mental Health Survey 2021


COVID-19 HHR Survey

Survey #1 – Summary Report
Survey #3 – Summary Report


Bi-annual Human Health Resources Survey

Full Report 2017  /  Executive Summary 2017
Full Report 2015  /  Executive Summary 2015


Annual Salary Scale Analysis

Salary scales information was assembled for reference by practicing medical imaging and radiation technologists and therapists, and students preparing to enter this field of practice in Canada. The publication is a collection of provincial wage scales gathered from unions and outside bargaining units’ collective agreements. Every attempt has been made to outline wage scales for the four disciplines: radiological technologists, radiation therapists, nuclear medicine technologists and magnetic resonance technologists. However, in some collective agreements there is no distinction made between the disciplines. Supplementary information includes overtime premiums and an appendix addressing average spending on goods and services across the country.

CAMRT Salary Scale Analysis


Limited Practice

Basic Overview of Limited Practice in the Canadian Medical Radiation Technology Landscape: 2016