CAASPR Centralization and Capacity – Building Project

The Canadian Alliance of Audiology and Speech – Language Pathology Regulators (CAASPR) is working to develop a national competency – based entry – to – practice assessment process to harmonize the registration requirements across regulated jurisdictions in Canada....

Province Announces Registered Nurses to come under RHPA

The Manitoba government has scheduled the registered nursing profession to come under regulation of the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA). Honourable Kelvin Goertzen, Minister of Health, Seniors and Active Living announced earlier today that regulations are now...

Manitoba Institute for Patient Safety Releases a New Resource

S.A.F.E. Toolkit DVD Series This DVD Series is made up of eight (8)  3-5 minute videos.  They are based on topics in our  S.A.F. E. (Safe Advocacy for Everyone) Toolkit and are intended to supplement the written material in the toolkit. These videos can be viewed by...

What it Costs to Run a Health Regulatory College

What it Costs to Run a Health Regulatory College The following article is reproduced with permission from the author, Mr. Kevin Taylor, Registrar and CEO of the College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario. In the article, Mr. Taylor aptly describes the common...

Health Profession Corporation Permits

The Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) states that individuals who practice a regulated health profession and practice under incorporation must possess a Health Profession Corporation permit, as issued by the presiding regulatory college.  This requirement...

Annual General Meeting 2018

The College of Audiologists and Speech – Language Pathologists of Manitoba will hold a virtual Annual General Meeting: DATE: May 2019 TIME: TBA FORMAT: Participation by Web Conference For more details about the Annual General Meeting, how to attend, and the Meeting...

Medical Assistance in Dying

Posted:  19th September 2016 Introduction In February 2015, the Supreme Court of Canada found parts of the Criminal Code of Canada to be unconstitutional in the Carter vs Canada case. The Supreme Court of Canada found that the criminalization of assisted suicide...