T-5, r. 11 - Regulation respecting the standards for diploma or training equivalence for the issue of a permit by the Ordre des technologues en imagerie médicale, en radio-oncologie et en électrophysiologie médicale du Québec

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3.1. (See French Edition).
S.Q. 2012, c. 10, s. 16; Décision OPQ 2022-646 (French only), a. 4.
3.1. A candidate holding a diploma issued by an educational institution outside Québec shall be granted a diploma equivalence for the purposes of the issue of a medical electrophysiology technologist’s permit if the diploma was issued upon completion of studies of a level equivalent to the college level comprising a minimum of 2,865 hours of training including at least 2,145 hours of specific training in medical electrophysiology technology apportioned as follows:
(1)  at least 150 hours on anatomy and physiology applied to medical electrophysiology;
(2)  at least 180 hours on pathology and pharmacology applied to medical electrophysiology;
(3)  at least 210 hours on the entry, processing and use of data;
(4)  at least 240 hours on the examination and analysis of cerebral electrophysiology data;
(5)  at least 255 hours on the examination and analysis of data obtained in labyrinthic, cardiac and neuromuscular electrophysiology, polysomnography and evoked potentials;
(6)  at least 45 hours on counselling and communication in medical electrophysiology;
(7)  at least 45 hours on care, health and safety in medical electrophysiology; and
(8)  at least 1,005 hours of clinical practice.
S.Q. 2012, c. 10, s. 16.