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1995-08-01
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A Complete Guide to the Regulated Health Professions Act (Print + ProView online)
Par : Richard Steinecke, B.A., LL.B.
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$407.00
Description
Whether you're a lawyer representing a health professional, a college dealing with a concern about a practitioner, or a health professional seeking a better understanding of the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA), A Complete Guide to the Regulated Health Professions Act is a comprehensive body of work you can depend on. This unrivalled looseleaf is easy to follow and includes examples, illustrations, flow charts, forms, checklists and precedents providing the big picture surrounding Ontario's Regulated Health Professions Act. This resource provides an update of legislative provisions which include the Regulated Health Professions Statute Law Amendment Act, 2009 and the Good Government Act, 2009. It contains:
  • A well-organized explanation of every aspect of the RHPA
  • The complete text of the RHPA and the procedural Code
  • Statutes such as the Statutory Powers Procedure Act
  • Everything you need for a hearing or meeting
  • Over 1,750 case citations
  • An update of legislative provisions which include the Regulated Health Professions Statute Law Amendment Act, 2009 and the Good Government At, 2009

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À propos de l'auteur
Richard Steinecke, B.A., LL.B., is a partner in the law firm Steinecke Macuira LeBlanc. He practises exclusively in the area of professional regulation and industry self-management, and his clients include a number of regulatory bodies and associations. Mr. Steinecke acts as general counsel to regulators and as independent counsel. The author of numerous articles and texts, he has also developed curricula and course material for the professional development of Council, committee and tribunal members and investigators both provincially and federally.