April 5, 2018
Note: This article was originally posted in our April 2018 newsletter, and has not been updated.
As part of our strategic priority of implementing risk-based regulation, the College of Midwives of Ontario has done an analysis of past professional conduct matters. This thorough analysis will be used to help us focus our energy and resources, and to be effective in fulfilling our mandate of public protection. We’ve gone back and reflected on past complaints, reports, and Registrar’s investigations, and decisions.
We are also using this analysis to look forward. Our findings will shape our new practice advisory notices, that will ensure members know how to meet all of the College standards, especially those that we most frequently receive complaints about. We will be in touch to share practice advisory notices and other new guides as they are created.