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Registration History

Registrant Class Status Effective Date Notes
General Class In Good Standing Feb 01, 2004 Date of initial registration with the BDDT-N

Extended Services

Additional Standards of Practice Qualified Effective Date Notes
Therapeutic Prescribing is a post-registration Standard of Practice. NDs who wish to prescribe, dispense, compound, sell, or administer by injection or inhalation the restricted substances available to Ontario NDs under the College’s General Regulation must first meet this Standard of Practice. NDs who do not wish to access these substances or perform these controlled acts are not required to meet this Standard. Yes Jul 01, 2015
Additional Standards of Practice Qualified Effective Date Notes
The Standard of Practice for Intravenous Infusion Therapy (IVIT) is a post-registration Standard of Practice. NDs who wish to administer substances intravenously for therapeutic benefit, must first meet this Standard of Practice and the Standard of Practice for Therapeutic Prescribing. NDs who do not wish to administer substances intravenously are not required to meet this Standard. No

Terms, Conditions and Limitations

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Employment Information+

Employer Address City Province Country Postal Code Phone
Darou Wellness 822 Richmond Street West
Toronto ON CAN M6J 1C9 (416) 214-9251

Professional Corporation+

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Inquiries, Complaints, and Reports Committee Referrals+

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The ICRC may refer specified allegations of professional misconduct or incompetence to the Discipline Committee and matters of incapacity to the Fitness to Practice Committee. The ICRC cannot make any findings, therefore no allegations have been proven and no findings have been made. Findings of professional misconduct or incompetence can only be made by the Discipline Committee. Findings of incapacity can only be made by the Fitness to Practice Committee.

Inquiries Complaints and Reports Committee - Outcomes +

Outcomes Effective Date Regulator Details
Appearance for a Caution Apr 06, 2017 College of Naturopaths of Ontario On April 6, 2017, a panel of the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee met with the Member in order to caution her against any future use of inappropriate and/or unprofessional advertising.

At the outset of the Caution, the panel clarified that disseminating health information to the public via social media postings and online articles and blogs is considered by the College as advertising that pertains to a member’s practice.

The Panel outlined its concerns that the information published by the Member on her/her clinic’s websites may contain wording that is not widely accepted in the healthcare community, could be misleading to the public and may appeal to the public’s fear and promote a demand for unnecessary services.  Additionally, the Member might have published information which could have been interpreted as an expressed or implied endorsement by the Member of the products/services used in her practice.

The Member was reminded that as a regulated health professional she must ensure that the information provided or made available to the general public is accurate, not misleading by either omitting relevant information or including non-relevant information, professional, and comprehensible to its intended audience.

The Panel strongly recommended to the Member to review the Professional Misconduct Regulation made under Naturopathy Act, the College’s Advertising Standard of Practice, and the College’s Advertising guideline.

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Member Reported and Other Findings+

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Registrar's Notation+

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