The Annotated Health Professions Act

Author(s):
James Casey; Katrina Haymond; Jason Kully; Gregory Sim

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Written for both lawyers and members of professional regulatory associations, this work provides an overview of Alberta’s Health Professions Act, including the full text of the Act with section-by-section commentary. All cases that judicially consider the Act are included. Cross-references to other relevant works and resource materials – including flowcharts and checklists with respect to key regulatory processes – are featured, including registration, renewal of practice permits, investigation and discipline, continuing competence, and unauthorized practice and incapacity. 

Key benefits of The Annotated Health Professions Act:

  • Extensive commentary on all the key provisions of the Health Professions Act (HPA)
  • Summaries of over 100 cases, including any significant cases considering the HPA and other key administrative law cases
  • Extensive analysis of the sexual abuse and sexual misconduct amendments to the legislation
  • Flow charts for all key regulatory processes
  • 25 template letters that can be adapted by regulatory colleges to their own needs
  • 5 decision templates for hearing tribunals, complaint review committees, and council 

“This Annotation is a great resource for the numerous professional regulatory bodies governed by the Health Professions Act, their members, and their legal counsel. Like the HPA itself, the Annotation deals with all aspects of the legal landscape involving professional regulatory bodies.

It also contains considerable information about the relevant administrative law principles which apply to disciplinary proceedings. The commentary is well organized and readily accessible for all levels of readers. As one would expect from these authors, this is a first-rate production which everyone connected with the field will want to have on their desks.”

– David Phillip Jones, Q.C., de Villars Jones LLP, Edmonton

The Annotated Health Professions Act is an extremely valuable resource to anyone with an interest in the regulation of health professions. Its overview of the history of the Health Professions Act (HPA) and the policy objectives leading to its development provides a succinct background for underst

Publisher:
Carswell

Practice Area:
Ethics and Professional Responsibility

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General

Publication Date:
2019-12-09

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42706818

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