In preparation for amalgamation on June 28, 2024, of four BC health profession regulatory colleges, including CMTBC, Carin Plischke has been appointed CEO of the new amalgamated college.
As part of CMTBC’s redesigned Quality Assurance program, the College has launched the Practice Development Program (PDP), a yearly set of requirements for Practising RMTs to be completed in the new PDP Portal.
The CMTBC-authored online course for 2024, on Indigenous cultural safety, humility, and anti-racism, has been launched and is now available for RMTs to complete.
The CMTBC Board has approved a Board Policy on Land Acknowledgements requiring that the College Board and committees include a land acknowledgement at every meeting.
Two new CMTBC Standards of Practice – the Evidence-Based Practice standard and Scope of Practice standard – went into effect January 15, 2024. Changes to the Consent Standard of Practice also went into effect on the same date.
The CMTBC Board has approved two new Standards of Practice – the Scope of Practice standard and Evidence-Based Practice standard – to go into effect January 15, 2024.
CMTBC will launch a redesigned Quality Assurance (QA) program in January 2024. Components of the redesigned QA program include the Practice Development program, CMTBC online courses, practice hours, and Standard First Aid/CPR-C. The Practice Development program and online course for 2024 will be released to registrants in January.