None of us has control over our entire lives or events that get thrust upon us – the Universe tends to unfold as it should with or without our input. When it comes to our professional lives it is a different matter. If we, collectively, sit back and wait for standards or innovation… Continue reading The Futility of Inactivity
The leaves have yet to switch colours, and I have already experienced a whirlwind of change. I am in my final year of Medical Radiation Sciences at Mohawk-McMaster, which means my peers and I are spending our last two semesters in clinical placements. We are soaking up many learning experiences at hospitals, clinics, and cancer… Continue reading Learning will continue far beyond when school ends!
I enjoyed my childhood. We had fun, played hard, and for this reason, I was introduced to the diagnostic radiology department at the early age of 8. During a school yard football game, I found myself unexpectedly heading to the Emergency Department. I was fascinated how the x-ray technologist was able to take my picture… Continue reading There’s more for an MRT “Gadget Freak” outside the Hospital
Ruby Bola is a Radiation Therapist at Sunnybrook Health Science Centre. So you’ve graduated! You are now a licensed Radiation Therapist. What happens next? The job market isn’t great and as the time without a job increases, the more frustrated you might become. But stay focused and stick with it! Once you get your foot… Continue reading Think Outside the Bunker
OAMRS has been diligently advocating on your behalf for modernization of the Healing Arts Radiation Protection (HARP) Act with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MoHLTC), Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs) and other stakeholders. Our lobbying efforts, with your help, have made a significant difference in moving this important initiative forward… Continue reading HARP Act Update