Statutory
Committees

 

Every health regulatory college has certain regulatory responsibilities.  College committees support public safety by ensuring that these responsibilities are carried out.  Statutory Committees are established pursuant to the Health Professions Procedural Code, which is Schedule II of the Regulated Health Professions Act.

Discipline Committee
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Executive Committee
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Quality Assurance Committee
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Patient Relations Committee
(Adobe PDF File)
Registration Committee
(Adobe PDF File)

Council
Committees

 

Non-Statutory Committees are appointed by the Council of the College and are established under either a regulation established under the Naturopathy Act, or under the authority granted  of the Council under the by-laws of the College.

Audit Committee
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Inspection Committee
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Position
Descriptions

 

There are many opportunities for members to become involved in the regulatory College.  While we refer to these as volunteer positions, individuals involved can earn Category B continuing education (CE) credits and, following proclamation, volunteers will also receive $150 per day for the work they do on behalf of the College.
Examiners
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Peer Assessors
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PLAR Assessors
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Experts
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