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LAP webcast on Oct. 16: Understanding the CNO's investigation process

Many nurses across Ontario find themselves having to respond to an investigation by the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO). Even if a nurse does not actually engage in any wrongdoing, they could still become the subject matter of an investigation. 

During this presentation, participants will learn about:

  • the investigation process at the CNO
  • the statutory framework for the investigatory power of the CNO
  • the types of professional misconduct which could be investigated
  • the nursing standards which nurses are expected to meet
  • the legal rights which all nurses have in dealing with an investigation
  • potential outcomes of an investigation

Presenters for this webcast are Ryder Wright Blair & Holmes LLP lawyer Chris Bryden and Legal Assistance Program administrator Mara Haase.

Register online today.  

Are you interested in joining RNAO’s Legal Assistance Program? Contact RNAO at 416-599-1925 or toll free 1-800-268-7199 and ask to speak with a membership and services staff member. 
 

Last Updated: 
2019-09-26