CFEE

Some Helpful Resources

  • Hireimmigrants.ca
    This site identifies the challenges and explores the opportunities for business through the talents of skilled immigrants. It shares practices of employers already down this path, and presents strategies to include skilled immigrants in Canadian offices, boardrooms, laboratories and work floors.
  • Newcomers to Canada DayPlanner and Website
    If you are a newcomer to Canada – or if you are considering Canada as your new home – the DayPlanner and the Newcomers to Canada website have been designed for you. The goal is to give you quick and easy access to things you need to know as you build your new life here.
  • Settlement.org
    This unique site offers information about: employment, immigration and citizenship, community services, language training, legal services, housing, education, consumer information, health, and much more.
  • MedHunters
    is an online health care recruiting agency.
  • careertransit.com
    Careertransit.com is dedicated to helping people find employment in Atlantic Canada, and promoting the region as a great place to live, work, and play. Our mandate is to help the best job candidates find lasting and rewarding matches with the best possible job opportunities.
  • Health Match BC
    Health Match BC is a free service that offers matching services to nurses who are interested in rural B.C. job opportunities.
  • Marskell Group
    The Marskell Group publishes the "Health Care Careers & Information Handbook" and organizes career fairs.
  • GraduateResumes.com
    GraduateResumes.com provides free access to career postings from companies in Canada, a resume wizard, relocation tools, free e-mail, a national scholarship search, career articles, and chats with human resource professionals, employers, and recruiters.
  • Medical Jobs Online
    Free Job Database and Resume Postings.
  • The Canadian Association of Pathologists
    is a voluntary professional organization of laboratory physicians and scientists. The CAP’s mission is to provide national leadership in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine through the promotion of excellence in practice, education and research, and through the fostering of integrity and high standards of ethical behaviour. The CAP will also promote collegiality and advocate for the professional interests of laboratory physicians.
  • Canadian Blood Services
    is a national, not-for-profit charitable organization that manages the blood supply in all provinces and territories outside of Quebec.
  • Canadian College of Medical Geneticists (CCMG)
    The mission of the Canadian College of Medical Geneticists is to establish and maintain high quality professional and ethical standards of medical genetics services in Canada and to help ensure that the highest quality of service is delivered to the Canadian public.
  • The Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists (CSCC)
    is a national scientific and professional society representing clinical biochemists across Canada. It provides leadership in the practice of clinical biochemistry and clinical laboratory medicine through service, education and research. The Society establishes standards for diagnostic services and serves as a resource to government, industry and healthcare associations, in the interest of the general public.
  • The Diagnostic Accreditation Program
    (DAP) has been mandated to assess the quality of diagnostic services in the province of British Columbia through accreditation activities. The Diagnostic Accreditation Program is committed to promoting excellence in diagnostic health care. The DAP currently has nineteen (19) accreditation programs.
  • The Laboratory Quality Assurance Program of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan
    is an accreditation program that provides the framework for continuous improvement in laboratory services, through a peer review process.
  • The Ontario Association of Pathologists
    (OAP) is a not-for-profit medical society organized for educational and scientific purposes. Its goal is to represent the interests of patients, the public, and pathologists by fostering excellence in the practice of pathology and laboratory medicine in Ontario.
  • Information for foreign-trained medical laboratory technologists


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