Council and Committees

The work of a College (Regulatory body) is directed by a Council (similar to a Board of Directors) whose job it is to represent the interests of the public i.e. the patients who seek the services of a registrant. The Council is made up of professional members who have been elected by their peers, representatives from The Michener Institute of Education at UHN and members of the public who have been appointed by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario. The Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 (“RHPA”) and the Chiropody Act gives the College its mandate to regulate its registrants. It also allows healthcare consumers a strong voice in the regulation of our registrants by requiring an equitable balance of public appointees and elected professionals on College Council. Members of the Council are actively involved in determining the rules that govern the profession. When developing new policies or initiatives, the College consults widely and asks for input from a variety of stakeholders. Registrants in particular are asked to provide information, opinions, and feedback. The College ensures that not only is input sought, but that results are shared, and improvements are implemented.

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