The Canadian Association of Allied Health Programs (CAAHP) is an affiliation group for Colleges and Institutions across Canada offering programs of study in the “allied health” fields.  These fields encompass all professions in health care with the exception of Medicine and Nursing.

Small image representing health care
Small image representing health care
Small image representing health care
Small image representing health care
Small image representing health care
Small image representing health care
bas-bleu
Icône Mission

MISSION

To be an effective national network of high-quality allied health and life sciences academic institutions and a forum for collaboration and information exchange promoting and profiling best practices.

Icône VIsion

VISION

To shape the future of health sciences education within the college and institute system.

Icône Objectifs

GOALS

To be a forum for collaboration and information exchange among institutions involved in health sciences education;

To profile and promote best practices and innovation within the college and institute system;

To be an advocate on-key issues and trends with government, professional associations and other stakeholders.

rond-news

A Call to Action

Canada is facing a serious health human resource (HHR) shortage of medical laboratory professionals, specifically medical laboratory technologists (MLTs).

Academic programs are required to procure a clinical placement site and spot for each student prior to entrance in the academic program.

Download the PDF document

Logo CSMLS-SCSLM

Annual Conference and AGM
May 2- 3, 2018

Allied in Learning!
A Working Session of Exchange,
Learning, and Information Sharing

Keynote:
What Does It Mean to ‘Decolonize’ Allied Health Curricula?
Dr. Charlotte Loppie, School of Public Health and Social Policy,
Centre for Indigenous Research and Community-Led Engagement,
University of Victoria

Host: Camosun College, Victoria, BC