Achieving Public Protection Through Collaborative Self-Regulation Reflections for a New Paradigm

  • The Conference Board of Canada
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Abstract

This report examines the regulatory barriers and facili- tators to collaborative patient-centred practice. It does this by reviewing the provincial/territorial and national legislation and regulation related to health professionals in Canada and identifying international regulatory trends. The content builds on information gathered during a two- day workshop that brought together regulators from dif- ferent jurisdictions and professions with the objectives of identifying key issues in regulation and inviting their views on the future of health professional regulation in this country.

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