The BC Court of Appeal – British Columbia’s highest court – has ruled that Pashta MaryMoon cannot use the title “death midwife” to describe her services. The decision is significant for health care regulation in BC, as it affirms the enforceability of section 12.1(1) of the Health Professions Act.
Some CSHBC registrants have not yet paid the final installment plan payment towards their registration fees for the 2020/2021 registration year. These registrants must make the final installment plan payment before the deadline of midnight on August 31, 2020.
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Updates on examinations for audiology, hearing instrument dispensing, and speech-language pathology applicants
CSHBC has issued important updates for applicants on the pathway to become Registered Audiologists (RAUDs), Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioners (RHIPs), and Registered Speech-Language Pathologists (RSLPs) in BC.
The most comprehensive set of amendments to CSHBC Bylaws since the College’s inception in 2009 are in force, effective June 29, 2020.
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Regulated health professionals have duty to report racist behaviour in health care system
All registrants have a duty to report a registrant if, on reasonable and probable grounds, they believe that the continued practice of a designated health profession by the other person might constitute a danger to the public. Registrants are reminded that unethical and unprofessional conduct can constitute a danger to the public.
BC Health Regulators, representing all health regulatory colleges in BC including CSHBC, supports the global movement to end racism and discrimination against the Black and Indigenous communities and all people of colour.