In January 2023, Ontario pharmacists will be able to prescribe medications for a specific list of minor ailments
Applications for judicial review of College decisions should only be brought after the conclusion of all administrative proceedings, and after all administrative remedies have been exhausted.
Information on a college’s public register is admissible in a civil proceeding while documents prepared for a college proceeding are not.
HPARB reinforces that procedural fairness includes the opportunity to respond to all issues in College investigations.
Changes to the
Rules of Civil Procedure will make it more difficult for parties to adduce expert evidence if expert reports are filed late. Read More
Divisional Court Clarifies that a “Recommendation” by HPARB to the Registration Committee is not an “Order”.
The 2022 federal budget brings some much-needed support for the health care system and health care professionals.
When a complaint against a dental hygienist is received by the College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario , it is first reviewed and investigated by the ICRC. If the allegations are serious and there is some admissible evidence to prove them, they will be referred to the Discipline Committee for a hearing. Read More
Consent and Capacity Board has jurisdiction under the Health Care Consent Act to consider the scope of “treatment”, which requires “consent”. Read More