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IPAC Checklists

Updated May 24, 2019

 

IPAC checklists designed specifically for our members have now been posted on the Public Health website.

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Updated April 19, 2018

 

 

The College continues to work with the Government of Ontario towards the achievement of the scope of practice expansions. For more information on the Proposed scope of Practice Expansion:

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The Fair Registration Practices Report (2018) for the College of Chiropodists of Ontario is now available. Click below to read the report.

 

 

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Zero Tolerance

The College has adopted the following zero tolerance statement:

“Honesty and integrity is a fundamental attribute for every member of this College.  As a result the   College has adopted a zero tolerance policy toward inappropriate business practices.”

By taking this step, the College is reflecting the importance of following appropriate business practises that reflect the expectations and confidence of the Ontario public.  The College takes this matter extremely seriously – more information will follow.

 

Updated September 4, 2018

The College continues to work with the Government of Ontario towards the achievement of the scope of practice expansions. For more information on the Proposed scope of Practice Expansion and the e-mail that was sent to the membership on April 19, 2018 CLICK HERE.

Ongoing Communication with the Ministry
For the past several months, representatives of the College have engaged in consultations with the Ministry around making at least some of the scope of practice changes the College recommended to HPRAC. Despite the very disappointing HPRAC report, Ministry officials have indicated a willingness to talk. Discussions have been held in abeyance since early May when the writs of election were issued and the government entered its so-called “caretaker period”. We are hopeful that discussions will resume shortly.

The following are copies of the correspondence between the College and Ministry officials that describe the nature of the consultations and the general direction in which the Ministry is prepared to go, subject to the new government’s approval. The College will keep its Members advised of any future communications with the Ministry on this topic and any outcomes.

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