Health Education Accreditation
Health Education Accreditation is a quality improvement process that supports health education programs, preparing graduates to deliver safe and effective care at entry to practice.
In 2017, Accreditation Canada was selected by a group of 13 health professions within Canada to provide accreditation services for education programs. The program involves a six-stage accreditation process conducted over a six-year cycle.
The health professions currently participating in the program include:
- Cardiology technology
- Clinical genetics technology
- Clinical perfusion
- Diagnostic cytology
- Diagnostic medical sonography
- Magnetic resonance
- Medical laboratory assistant
- Medical laboratory technology
- Nuclear medicine technology
- Radiation therapy technology
- Radiological technology
- Respiratory therapy
The third-party complaint process has been established in the interest of:
- maintaining the integrity and credibility of the accreditation process;
- ensuring a fair and open process for stakeholders to identify concerns and questions regarding an educational program’s compliance with accreditation standards/requirements;
- providing a mechanism for accountability of the accrediting body to the public.
Please contact the EQual Director by completing the form below should you have a complaint to discuss.
Become an accredited education program
Educational programs wishing to become accredited by EQual Canada are invited to complete the form below for more details.