In matters regarding self-governing professions, the practices, procedures, and rules are all unique and ever-changing. Protecting the public interest and maintaining the profession’s integrity and credibility must be balanced with the individual’s interest in his or her livelihood, reputation, and ability to practice effectively. Find out about the latest developments in this one-day course focused on some of the most critical and complex issues facing self-regulating bodies.
William Clark, Chair of the Professional Regulation Practice Group at Harper Grey LLP was a faculty member at this course presented by the CLE Society of BC. He participated in a panel discussion entitled “The Health Professions Review Board: Two Years in Review”.