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This conference would be a good learning experience for anyone sitting on a complaint or discipline committee. - Assistant to the Registrar, College of Physicians
and Surgeons of PEI
 
 
 
24th Annual Event!

Professional Regulation and Discipline

The Latest Information on Standards and Requirements in Regulation and Discipline

September 24 - 25, 2019  ·  Vancouver, British Columbia
 
 
Featuring These Industry Experts
 

Humphries
Carol Humphries, Principal, Ideal Consulting Ltd.

Carol Humphries is an experienced complaint investigator and director having worked in these positions with several colleges and non-regulated organizations. These include the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada; the Alberta Dental Association and College, the College and Association of Registered Nurses and the Alberta College of Physicians and Surgeons. She was also Complaints Director of the College of Alberta Denturists. She has served as Executive Director with several organizations including the Canadian Link to Lifelong Learning, the Canadian Reflexologists Association and the Alberta Arbitration and Mediation Society.

 
Humphries
Jim Humphries, Principal, Ideal Consulting Ltd.

Jim is a partner in Ideal Consulting Ltd. which offers governance and organizational development to professional regulatory bodies, community agencies and associations. He taught Information Technology, Business Mathematics and Statistics at MacEwan University for 28 years. He holds a PhD in Education from Arizona State University and a CAE (Certified Association Executive) from the Canadian Society of Association Executives. Jim also teaches sailing to the levels of coastal Competent Crew and Day Skipper.

 
Ismail
Farah Ismail RN, LL.B, MSc.N, FRE, Director, Professional Conduct, College of Nurses of Ontario

Farah is a Nurse, Lawyer and Director, Professional Conduct at the College of Nurses of Ontario. Prior to being called to the Ontario Bar in 2007, Farah completed her Masters of Nursing with a focus in health promotion and health administration. She has also completed a fellowship through the National Council of State Boards of Nursing focusing on employer engagement in monitoring nurses and has published research in this area. Farah is responsible for business process development that governs the College’s enforcement functions. She has played an instrumental role in the design and development of the inaugural Nurse Health Program (NHP) in Ontario and is a current board member. Her experience has provided her an acute awareness and knowledge of fitness to practise as it relates to standards, provincial legislation and the connection and integration of alternate programs into regulatory practice.

 
Macaulay
Casey Macaulay, Registrar & Director of Act Compliance, Association of British Columbia Forest Professionals

Casey is the registrar for the Association of BC Forest Professionals. He oversees the admission of new members and manages the complaints and discipline process, including enforcement of the Foresters Act. He joined the ABCFP staff in 2011 after working in the private forestry sector for fifteen years.

Casey’s experiences include co-management of forest tenures with First Nations, managing geographic information systems, forestry road design and stakeholder engagement. Casey has a diploma in forest technology, a degree in forest management and a MA in conflict analysis and management. He is based in Kamloops.

 
Narwal
Joven Narwal, Barrister & Solicitor, Narwal Litigation LLP

Joven Narwal is the founding partner of Narwal Litigation LLP, an Adjunct Professor at UBC Law, Past President of the Vancouver Bar Association and a former Crown prosecutor. His practice is devoted to complex and serious cases where liberty and reputation are at stake in areas such as criminal litigation, securities litigation and professional discipline. He obtained a B.A. and LL.B from UBC where he earned many awards for academic achievement and later obtained a LL.M. from Columbia University in New York City. At the UBC Allard School of Law, he teaches two highly sought-after courses on complex criminal litigation, “White Collar Crime” and “Criminal Organizations”. In addition to other leadership roles in the profession, he has served as elected director, and the first visible minority president of the Vancouver Bar Association. He is an elected Life Fellow of the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation, a global honorary society.

 
Wilbee
Alexandra Wilbee, Partner, WeirFoulds LLP

Alexandra Wilbee is a Partner at WeirFoulds LLP. She practises litigation with an emphasis on health law. In the area of professional regulation, Alexandra has served as legal counsel to and as a prosecutor for a number of the professional regulatory Colleges in Ontario. Alexandra's experience includes work on cases heard before the Committees of professional regulatory Colleges, the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the Court of Appeal for Ontario, the Federal Court, the Federal Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Alexandra has been ranked as one of the Best Lawyers ® in Canada from 2015 through 2019.

   

 
 

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