New Zealand Medical Radiation Technologists Board




 

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Result of Trial Audit

Trainee scopes of practice in Nuclear Medicine, Ultrasound and Magnetic Resonance Imaging were gazetted on 24 March 2005.  These scopes will enable already registered MRTs to undertake training in a different scope as they work towards gaining a further qualification.  Trainees will have a minimum of a Medical Radiation Technologists Board approved undergraduate degree in medical diagnostic imaging.  Other health professionals will have a minimum of a Medical Radiation Technologists Board approved undergraduate degree in an appropriate health science.

Practitioners who have previously held an exemption (under the Medical Auxiliaries Act) should make application for a trainee scope of practice to enable them to continue practising in that scope.

Add a Scope of Practice.

Add a Trainee Scope of Practice.

For further information please contact the Registrar on (04) 474 0745 or by email helen.martin@regboards.co.nz

Annual Practising Certificate Renewal Frequently Asked Questions

Requirements of CPD Programmes for MRTB Approval ( here)

Criteria for MRTB Approval of CPD Programmes

Continuing Professional Development

General Information about the Health Practitioners Competence Assurance Act

Key Transition Provisions

Scopes of Practice - Gazette Notice

 


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