CSMLS News & Updates

  • ​Mental Health Toolkit

    We know medical laboratory professionals are facing increased workloads and adapting to unusual work protocols. Read more
  • LABCON2020 Update

    As we are all aware, our global community is facing an unprecedented health care crisis. Out of an abundance of caution, and in an effort to help limit the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the CSMLS has come to the difficult decision to cancel LABCON2020, scheduled for June 5-7 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Read more
  • COVID-19 Resources for Medical Laboratory Professionals

    As your national professional association, we want to provide you with up-to-date, accurate information regarding the evolving COVID-19 situation. We have collected facts and updates from credible sources on our Coronavirus Resources web page. Read more
  • New diversity resource

    Good communication is the core of a productive team, but unintentional bias can cause hurt and harm. Read more
  • CSMLS on Radio-Canada

    CSMLS Past President Maria Klement spoke to Radio-Canada Colombie-Britannique-Yukon about the looming shortage and vital role of medical lab technologists in British Columbia. Read more
  • Freedom of Expression

    In a recent Ethics on Demand article, we describe a national story where a health professional made a social media post that criticized the quality of health care a family member received. The individual was fined $26,000. Read more
  • Accreditation Position Statement

    On November 25, CSMLS released the statement “Accreditation of Medical Laboratory Science Education Programs” regarding third-party accreditation's role in upholding the quality continuum for each medical laboratory professional’s journey from student to practitioner. Read more
  • Mental Health Tools for Educators

    Mental health affects everyone, especially students. Read more



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