The supervision requirements for Registered Hearing Instrument Practitioners (Conditional) registrants are more prescriptive than the supervision requirements for Registered Audiologists (Conditional) and Registered Speech-Language Pathologists (Conditional). Conditional registrants and their supervisors must ensure they are fully familiar with the specific supervision requirements for their professions.
There are specific criteria registrants must meet before supervising an applicant for a Certified Practice (CP) certificate. Registrants should be aware that serving as a CP supervisor involves substantial responsibility.
If you assign or delegate to a Communication Health Assistant (CHA) to provide health services for clients, you are supervising that CHA. There are key requirements for registrants to meet when supervising CHAs.
On National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, 11 BC health profession regulatory colleges — including CSHBC — took part in a ceremony marking the launch of the Standard of Practice for Indigenous Cultural Safety, Cultural Humility, & Anti-Racism that the colleges have adopted.
Applicants to become RHIPs taking the ILE Written Exam may request domain-level performance results from a previous attempt at the exam. IHS, the organization that administers the exam, will provide results directly to candidates upon request.
CSHBC has substantially updated the College’s Jurisprudence course. The updated course is now available in CSHBC’s learning management system.
International Allied Health Professions Day takes places October 14, 2022. CSHBC joins in recognizing and celebrating allied health professionals in BC, including RAUDs, RHIPs, and RSLPs.
CSHBC has adopted a new Standard of Practice for Indigenous Cultural Safety, Cultural Humility, & Anti-Racism that sets expectations for registrants to provide culturally safe and anti-racist care for Indigenous clients and patients.
To support registrants in implementing the new Standard of Practice for Indigenous Cultural Safety, Cultural Humility, & Anti-Racism, CSHBC has issued a Notice to the Professions with information about the standard and additional resources.
BC’s Provincial Health Officer has advised that she has decided to continue not requiring regulated health care professionals in private practice to be vaccinated against COVID-19.