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Reform of health professions legislation in Ontario

Jennifer Wilson

Reform of health professions legislation in Ontario

the case of naturopaths

by Jennifer Wilson

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Published by Ontario Legislative Library in [Toronto] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Jennifer Wilson.
SeriesCurrent issue paper -- no.95, Current issue paper
ContributionsOntario. Legislative Library., Ontario. Legislative Research Service.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiche
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21106702M

Ontario laws administered by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) set the legal framework for regulated health professions. The regulatory Colleges, such as the CMLTO, are governed by this legislation. The role of the various Colleges in self-regulation, and their authority and powers. Ontario is appointing a task force to review and modernize legislation designed to prevent and deal with sexual abuse of patients by regulated health professionals. The Minister's task force will review the Regulated Health Professions Act, to ensure that existing .

click here to go to the Ministry of Health’s site dedicated to the pandemic. This website is a gateway to all of the health professional regulators in Ontario. From here, you will find reliable information about your healthcare professionals and the colleges that regulate them. Reform of health professions legislation in Ontario: the case of naturopaths [microform] / prepared by Jennifer Wilson. [Toronto]: Ontario Legislative Library,

  The Ontario government’s proposed reform of the provincial health care system is going forward with a glaring omission: primary mouth care. To make this reform truly “Patients First,” Dr.   When asked what shortcomings he sees in Ontario’s system, Cayton immediately seized on the legislation that governs colleges, the Regulated Health Professions Act. It was seen as pioneering when it was passed more than a quarter of a century ago, but today its rigidness is holding back health-care transformation, he said.


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Below are the regulated health professions in Ontario. Each link will bring you to instructions on registration for each regulatory college outlined by HealthForceOntario.

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Among other things, the Health Systems Improvement Act. WEIGHING THE BALANCE Submission to the Review of the Regulated Health Professions Act of Ontario 30 December The following submission focuses on four general areas identified by the Request for Submissions for the Review of the Regulated Health Professions Act of Ontario; Fairness, Accountability, Protection from Harm and Quality of Care.

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"Health Care Reform and the Law in Canada was a pleasant surprise to read. It should be recommended reading for anyone interested in health-care reforms, and it is an unexpected strong argument for retaining our dominantly public health care system."Cited by: 6. Regulated Health Professions Act, Subparagraph 1 iv of subsection (5) of Schedule 2 to the Regulated Health Professions Act, is amended by striking out "criminal background check" and substituting "police record check".

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Phone: Toll Free: Fax: E-mail: [email protected] The Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) provides a framework for regulating the scope of practice of 23 health professions in Ontario, under their respective colleges. It outlines the manner in which Colleges operate with regard to health care professionals.

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  This new publication  has all the key legislation, case law, case commentaries and precedents necessary for a complete understanding of Ontario. The Regulated Health Professions Act, (RHPA) is the legislation that governs Ontario's regulated health professions' Colleges.

Professions also have their own professional statutes, e.g., Physiotherapy Act,that lay out additional, individual definitions, scopes of practice, and authorized acts.Statutory regulation of many of our professions due for reform. Mon,in Ontario 23 health professions are regulated, while a further four professions are seeking regulation.The Health Professions Council is a three person advisory body appointed by the Government of British Columbia to make recommendations to the Minister of Health and Minister Responsible for Seniors about the regulation of health professions under the Health Professions Act (R.S.B.C.c).