Speaking Out on the MLT Shortage

May 27, 2022
CSMLS has been speaking to media to make sure your voice is heard. CEO Christine Nielsen provided lab-specific insight to help Canadians understand the dire effects the medical laboratory technologist (MLT) shortage can have on their health care. Read the latest media we appeared in below:

Saskatchewan Labs Near a "Breaking Point"

CSMLS Calls for Federal Funding to Increase Lab Capacity

Christine Nielsen Speaks to MLT Shortage in Forbes Magazine
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