3 edition of Complete guide to the Regulated Health Professions Act found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Canada Law Book|
|Publishers||Canada Law Book|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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Immunity 38No action or other proceeding for damages shall be instituted against the Crown, the Minister, a College supervisor appointed under or his or her staff, an employee of the Crown, a College, a Council, or a member, officer, employee, agent or appointee of a College, a Council, a committee of a Council or a panel of a committee of a Council for an act done in good faith in the performance or intended performance of a duty or in the exercise or the intended exercise of a power under this Act, a health profession Act, the or a regulation or a by-law under those Acts or for any neglect or default in the performance or exercise in good faith of the duty or power.
21 prevail to the extent of the conflict. Masturbation of the patient by the member. 1 for the purposes of bprescribing alternative methods of giving the notice required by of the ; Note: Clause h.
Reporting by members re: charges and bail conditions, etc. Determine next steps to productively advance the dialogue around pan Canadian registration, licensure or other coordinated approaches. 51 1 ; 1993, c. 23 of the Code, any word or expression that is used in those sections complete guide to the Regulated Health Professions Act not defined in this Act; Note: On a day to be named by proclamation of the Lieutenant Governor, subsection 1 is amended by adding the following clause: n prescribing for the purposes of subsection 2 2 of the Code, the provisions of the that apply to a College.
11 2 ; 2007, c. Fee for access 4 The Registrar may require an applicant to pay a fee for making information and documents available to the applicant if the Registrar first gives the applicant an estimate of the fee.
Jurisdictions of Colleges 2 Despite subsection 1an aboriginal healer or aboriginal midwife who is a member of a College is subject to the jurisdiction of the College. 35 3 ; 2017, c.
Orders preventing public disclosure 3 In situations in which the panel may make an order that the public be excluded from a hearing, it may make orders it considers necessary to prevent the public disclosure of matters disclosed at the hearing, including orders banning the publication or broadcasting of those matters.
Physician Assistants College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta• members of panel who participate. Orders preventing public disclosure 3 In situations in which the Council may exclude the public from meetings, it may make orders it considers necessary to prevent the public disclosure of matters disclosed in the meeting, including banning publication or broadcasting of those matters.
Immunity 8 No action or other proceeding may be instituted against a person who in good faith discloses information to a Quality Assurance Committee at the request of the Committee or for the purposes of assisting the Committee in carrying out its functions. Prescribing, dispensing, selling or compounding a drug as defined in theor supervising the part of a pharmacy where such drugs are kept. 5, Composition 3 The composition of the committees shall be in accordance with the by-laws and with any regulations made pursuant to p to r of the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991.
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Grounds noted in minutes 4 If the Council excludes the public from a meeting or makes an order under subsection 3 , it shall have its grounds for doing so noted in the minutes of the meeting.
Timing of report 3 The report must be filed as soon as reasonably practicable after the member receives notice of the finding made against the member.
Person may consent 3 Subsection 1 does not apply if the person is capable with respect to the treatment and consents to the provision of the treatment.