Allegations Dismissed by the CAC

Effective February 21, 2019, the following notifications are provided in accordance with the Professional Conduct Review – Notification policy.

Dismissed:

In a decision dated November 16, 2021, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant. The allegation alleged that the Registrant engaged in conduct deserving of sanction in that the Registrant failed to provide and oversee care of a Resident, including failing to monitor nutritional intake and personal hygiene; and failing to provide physiotherapy and wound care.  In addition, the allegation alleged that a request for a second opinion from a medical care provider was denied. The CAC reviewed the matter and found there was insufficient evidence to support the Allegation.


In a decision dated October 6, 2021, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant. The allegation alleged that the Registrant engaged in conduct deserving of sanction in that the Registrant attended the Complainant’s place of work and while there, made negative comments about the Complainant to the Complainant’s coworkers. It was alleged that the Respondent’s actions were premediated and intentional with the goal of slandering the Complainant’s name in front of the Complainant’s present employer and clients. The CAC reviewed the matter and found the matter to be outside of the scope and mandate of the College.


In a decision dated October 6, 2021, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant. The allegation alleged that the Registrant engaged in conduct deserving of sanction in that the Registrant breached the Complainant’s confidentiality by disclosing that the Complainant inquired about obtaining elective medical services from the Registrant’s place of employment. The CAC reviewed the matter and found the matter to be outside of the scope and mandate of the College.


In a Decision dated October 26, 2020, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant. The allegation alleged the Registrant’s actions, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, placed the public and other individuals at risk.


In a Decision dated October 26, 2020, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant. The allegation includes issues of the Registrant’s actions in the workplace in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, a professional recommendation and professional communication.


In a Decision dated October 26, 2020, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant. The allegation alleged the Registrant’s actions, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, placed the public and other individuals at risk.


In a decision dated May 11, 2020, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant.  The allegation included issues of medication administration.


In a decision dated March 19, 2020, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a registrant. The allegation included issues of care planning, administration of a medication and a report made under the Adult Protection Act.


In a decision dated March 28, 2019, the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant.  The allegation included issues of delegation of duties, completion of quality assurance checks, scheduling of patient appointments and communication and behaviour with colleagues.


In a decision dated April 9, 2019 the Complaints Authorization Committee dismissed an allegation filed against a Registrant. The allegation related to the provision of service and communication issues arising during the Registrant’s interaction with a client.