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Registration History

Registrant Class Status Effective Date Notes
General Class In Good Standing Nov 01, 2007 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. No
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

Effective Date Expiry Date Type Of Conditions Notes
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Employment Information+

Employer Address City Province Country Postal Code Phone
ISM-Immune System Management Inc. 80 Aberdeen Street
Ottawa ON CAN K1S 5R5 613-656-0987
Revive Health Solutions 737 Silver Seven Rd.
Kanata ON CAN K2V 0H3 613 828 6443

Professional Corporation+

Corporation Name Shareholder Position Date
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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 Oct 04, 2018 The College of Naturopaths of Ontario

On October 4, 2018, the Member attended before a panel of the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee (the Panel) to be cautioned.

At the outset of the Caution, the Panel established that the Member, without having any direct contact with a patient, requisitioned tests and adjusted the baseline therapeutic compound formula for the patient using her authority as a naturopathic doctor under the guise of being a salaried employee at a company hiring unregulated staff to provide direct patient services.

The Member was cautioned that in Ontario, lab tests need to be requisitioned by members of regulated Colleges who have the authority to requisition the testing under the Laboratory and Specimen Collection Centre Licensing Act, 1990 (LSCCA). The fact that she allowed her authority as a naturopathic doctor to be used in the requisitioning of tests for a patient whom she has never met, and may never have had the intention of meeting, was of grave concern to the Panel. The Member was reminded that if a naturopath is requisitioning a test, he/she reasonably owes a duty of care to the patient.

The Panel also noted that allowing a company to requisition and send out lab requisitions to patients using the Member’s authority, and via the Member’s direct contract with the lab, may also be perceived as a conflict of interest, as this arrangement may have reasonably influenced the Member’s ability to objectively carry out her duties and responsibilities as a health care professional.

In addition to the above, the Panel expressed their concern that the Member was essentially involved in prescribing Vitamin A, Vitamin D, and folic acid prior to having met the Standard for Prescribing, including the successful completion of a course and an examination on prescribing administered or approved by the College.

In conclusion, the Member was warned that should there be a similar complaint before the ICRC in the future, the ICRC will likely take stronger action, including the possibility of a Referral to the Discipline Committee.

Specified Continuing Education and Remediation Program (SCERP) Jul 05, 2018 The College of Naturopaths of Ontario

On July 5, 2018, a panel of the Inquiries Compaints and Reports Committee (ICRC) of the College required that the Member review the Standards of Practice and Guidelines and submit a SCERP in the form of a report that is acceptable to the Registrar. This report must be delivered to the Registrar by no later than November 19, 2018.

The Member must include the following standards and guidelines in the report:

  • Standards of Practice for Prescribing;
  • Standards of Practice for Requisitioning Laboratory Tests;
  • Standards of Practice for Conflict of Interest;
  • Standards of Practice for Consent;
  • Standards of Practice for Dispensing;
  • Standards of Practice for Recommending Non-Scheduled Substances;
  • Standards of Practice for Record Keeping;
  • Conflict of Interest Guidelines; and
  • Informed Consent Guidelines.

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Registrar's Notation+

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