Integrity, accountability, transparency, professionalism, and collaboration. These guiding values are threaded throughout the projects and people referenced in the 2022 Annual Report of the Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists (the College).
The foundation of our work is ensuring patient safety. To ensure this, the College provides regulatory oversight and guides registrants in meeting their accountability for providing safe, competent, and ethical care.
The report reveals how legislation drives projects at the highest level, with several significant projects arising from government-led changes.
For 2022, key highlights include:
- Responding to Amendments to the Health Professions Act (Bill 46)
- Responding to the Health Professions (Protecting Women and Girls) Amendment Act (re: Female Genital Mutilation)
- Council Changes (new Chair and Vice-Chair)
- Council Supports Alberta Associations for MRTs and ENPs
- Continuing to Adapt Due to COVID-19
- Regulatory Education Symposiums Attendance Grows
- Learning Modules Boost Understanding
- College Office Downsized
- Document Management and Digitization Project
- Treatment and Counselling Fund Established
Discover more in our messages from leadership and Public Members; reports on registration, continuing competence, and professional conduct; and the independent auditor’s report with financial statements.
We acknowledge and appreciate the substantial work completed last year in the public interest and thank those involved, including Council members, Committee participants, volunteers, staff, and consultants, for making it possible.
The Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic and Therapeutic Technologists is a regulatory body established under the Health Professions Act (HPA) to protect the public. The College regulates five distinct health professional groups (specialties) under two umbrella groups: medical radiation technologists (MRTs) and electroneurophysiology technologists (ENPs).