On March 1, 2018, the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee required the Member to successfully complete a SCERP that incorporates all of the following:
- a review of the following College Standards of Practice: Recommending Non-Scheduled Substances; Dispensing; and Consent;
- a review of the College’s Regulatory Guidance: Telemedicine – Providing Naturopathic Care at a Distance;
- self-directed learning of the assessment of allergy risk factors in patients;
- self-directed learning with regards to common plant (including nut) based allergies;
- self-directed learning with regards to the documentation of informed consent discussions with patients.
The Member shall submit, no later than June 1, 2018, a minimum 2,000 word report, to the satisfaction of the Registrar, that will include the following:
- a description of the educational activities that the Member undertook to address the aforementioned learning needs;
- a summary of what the Member has learned; and
- an indication of how the Member has changed her practice based on the self-directed learning and how the Member will address future Telemedicine appointments to ensure future oversights do not occur.