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I think that input from the privacy commissioner is key to deciding what information should be released and what rights to privacy a physician has.
How about the appointment of an ombudsman to ensure that physicians get treated fairly ? To ensure transparency etc. , how often does CPSO ask outside Colleges to review management of controversial rulings ? Why is the process so long , expensive and lacking transparency ?
I am in favour of the proposed amendment. Transparency is important in these matters.
I think this is a violation of privacy rights of physicians. The Human Rights Commission and Privacy Commissioner should approve this before it is passed.
The route of reinstatement whether through the disciplinary committee or the executive should be publicly posted so that the process is seen as transparent.
Transparency is the key that the public doesn’t lose confidence in all physicians but bad ones.
Transparency is appropriate in these matters.
Agree with the by-law
I am in agreement with the proposed amendment to By law #91 and the suggested follow up steps.
I believe in transparency as an overall good general concept any organization should strive for. However, one should ensure that all parties are treated fairly. I think an ombudsman/privacy commissioner should be consulted so that the rights of physicians are weighted fairly into the final decisions.
The Canadian Medical Protective AssociationResponse in PDF format.
When you keep the public guessing, the public is more inclined to view those reinstatement decisions as something scandalous. You want that to happen?
The Ontario Trial Lawyers AssociationResponse in PDF form.
TRANSPARENCY IS APPROPRIATE .
College of Physicians and Surgeons of SaskatchewanThe change appears reasonable but CPSS is not sufficiently knowledgeable about the implications of the change to comment.
The Professional Association of Residents of OntarioPARO has reviewed the draft CPSO Reinstatement Decisions: Transparent Project amendment and have no suggestion for changes.
Thank you for the opportunity to review this draft document.
TRANSPARENCY IS ESSENTIAL AND I AGREE WITH THE AMENDMENT.