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Stakeholders’ feedback on proposed Ontario clinic regulation

The Ontario Clinic Regulation Working Group has released feedback and submissions from various stakeholders regarding the proposed regulation of health care clinics in Ontario.

February 23, 2016  By Massage Therapy Canada staff

The Working Group, which comprises 13 regulatory bodies governing various health professions in Ontario, conducted a series of consultations late last year to gather feedback from stakeholder on the clinic regulation model. Pending the results of the consultation process, the Working Group may formally recommend that the Government of Ontario establish a clinic regulator.

“We aim to be as transparent as possible in our consultation process, so we will be posting all stakeholder comments on this website, regardless of the format in which they are submitted. Comments can be submitted anonymously. Our goal is to have open dialogue with our stakeholders. However, we reserve the right to remove comments that contain offensive language, personal attacks and unsubstantiated allegations,” the Working Group said on its website.

View all stakeholder submissions on this page.

Members of the Ontario Clinic Regulation Working Group includes: College of Massage Therapists of Ontario; College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario; College of Chiropodists of Ontario; College of Chiropractors of Ontario; College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario; College of Dental Technologists of Ontario; College of Dietitians of Ontario; College of Kinesiologists of Ontario; College of Naturopaths of Ontario; College of Occupational Therapists of Ontario; College of Opticians of Ontario; College of Physiotherapists of Ontario; College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.


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