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2020–2024 Leadership Outcomes

2020 - 2024 Leadership Outcomes

Leadership Priorities

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Partnering for quality

We work together to ensure quality occupational therapy services across the province
Maintaining trust and confidence

We are fair, open and responsive. We are proactive. We hold ourselves accountable for our decisions and actions.
Treating everyone with dignity and respect

We listen. We consider the uniqueness of each situation. We respond respectfully and sensitively. We respect and support equity, diversity and inclusion.

1. Public Confidence   2. Qualified Registrants
1.1 The public trusts occupational therapy regulation.

1.2 The public understands the role of the College and its value.

1.3 College governance is responsive, effective, competency-based and accountable.

1.4 College decision-making processes are open, transparent, and accountable.

1.5 College operations are transparent, effective and efficient in serving and protecting the public interest:
  2.1 Entry to practice requirements and processes are effective for ensuring qualified practitioners.

2.2 Decisions about registrants are transparent and accessible.

2.3 The public register provides accurate information about current or former registrants.
3. Quality Practice   4. System Impact
3.1 Occupational therapists are competent, safe, effective and accountable

3.2 College complaints and discipline processes are effective, fair and accessible to the public.

3.3 The College engages occupational therapists to advance quality, ethical practice.

3.4 Professional standards are up-to-date and reflect evolving practice.

3.5 Educational programs and outreach support continuous quality improvement
  4.1 The College is a collaborative, effective regulatory leader

4.2 Collaboration supports the College’s effectiveness and impact as a regulator.

4.3 Collaboration promotes systems alignment to support quality practice by occupational therapists.