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Use this page for leads to subject headings, secondary titles and legislation relevant to the regulation of health care professionals.

Regulation of health care professionals

In Canada concerns such as conduct of health care professionals and standards are governed by provincial or territorial legislation.

The professions are also accorded self-regulation and authority.

Selected materials applicable to the regulation of health care professionals

Downie, Chapter 2.

Conference Board of Canada, Achieving Public Protection through Collaborative Self-regulation: Reflections for a New Paradigm (Ottawa: The Conference Board of Canada, 2007)
 
Health Professions Regulatory Advisory Council, Regulation of health professionals in Ontario (Toronto: Gibson Library Connections 2008) R837.A2
 
British Columbia Health Professions Council, Safe choices: A New Model for Regulating Health Professions in British Columbia, Part I (Victoria: Ministry of Health, 2001)  J103 C3M5 101-05324 (Microforms Centre)
 
British Columbia: Office of the Ombudsman, Self-governance in the health professions: the Ombudsman's perspective. (Victoria: The Office, 2003).  J103 C3M5 103-04206 (Microforms Centre)
 
J. Casey, The Regulation of Professions in Canada (Scarborough: Carswell, 1994-)  KE2700 C38 1994

Institute of Medicine (US), Redesigning continuing education in the health professions (Washington: National Academies Press, 2010). 
 
R.I. Field, Health Care Regulation in America: Complexity, Confrontation, and Compromise (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007).  RA395 A3F535 2007 (McPherson Library)
 

Legislation applicable to the regulation of health care professionals

You may search CanLII for legislation governing the regulation of health professionals. For example: Search for legislation with "health" and "profession" in the title: CanLII Search

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