Responsibility to the Public

The primary responsibility of the Nova Scotia College of Medical Imaging and Radiations Therapy Professionals (NSCMIRTP) is to serve and protect the public interest by making sure that your medical radiation and imaging technologist is qualified to practise and that they’re practising professionally. We do this by ensuring the continued competence of our registrants through our continuing professional development program, and address concerns from the public through our complaints and discipline process.

All qualified medical radiation and imaging technologists in Nova Scotia are listed in our MIRTP public roster. Anyone can use it to locate a specific registrant, check that an individual is a registrant in good standing, in which areas a registrant is licensed to practice and if there are any conditions on their license.