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CE Webinar Recordings

CE Webinar Recordings

Please click on each course title below for more information and to purchase.

Cover Your Apples! Preventing Common Risks in Naturopathic Practice

CE Credits: 2.0 Category A, Jurisprudence

Presenter: Dr. Sylvi Martin, BScN, RN, ND

Cost: $50 (OAND Members); $88 (Non-Members)

 

To Receive CE Credits:

  1. Purchase the webinar recordings at the link below
  2. You will be sent the link to view the webinar and a quiz via email within one business day of when your registration form and payment goes through.
  3. Watch, learn from, and enjoy the webinar recording.
  4. Complete the quiz and submit it  to the OAND (submission instructions will be on the quiz itself)
  5. Within 7 business days, we will let you know whether you passed (received a mark of 80% or higher). If you passed, your CE Certificate will be sent to you via email within 7 business days of when you submit the quiz.

 

Course Description:
Since proclamation, Ontario NDs have found themselves in a new regulatory playing field with many questions. With ever increasing media focus on healthcare professionals, and the expansion of power that regulatory colleges have, it’s more important than ever to learn how to practice proactively. After all, we all aim to prevent health concerns in our patients, why not practice prevention when it comes to our own professional practice?

This 2-hour presentation will provide an overview of how to:

  • implement the key components of informed consent in patient interactions and recordkeeping
    • communicate effectively with patients to avoid the most common types of regulatory complaints
    • document proactively to prevent medico-legal risks, and save yourself time and future hassle
    • respond professionally to College complaints and investigations

 

 

Presenter Biography:
Sylvi Martin is a Naturopathic Doctor and a Registered Nurse who practices in an integrative health clinic in Toronto, as well as in the field of professional regulation. Prior to completing the naturopathic medicine program at CCNM, Sylvi completed the bachelor of science program in nursing from Laurentian University. In 2004 Sylvi began her career in acute care psychiatric nursing at St. Michael’s Hospital in downtown Toronto, where dealing with high-risk patients was a daily occurrence. Since 2009 Sylvi has been practicing in professional regulations, as an Investigator for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, and has undertaken further training in professional regulation and discipline at Osgoode Hall Law School. Sylvi has been a professional member of the BDDT-N’s Complaints and Reports Committee since 2013, and a professional member of CONO’s Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee since proclamation.

 

TO PURCHASE:

OAND Members: https://kl100.infusionsoft.com/app/form/default-campaign-form80

Non-Members: https://kl100.infusionsoft.com/app/form/default-campaign-form82

 

 

 

Advertising Naturopathic Services: A Review Of Regulations, Standards and Guidelines

CE Credits: 2.0 Category A, Jurisprudence

Presenter: Dr. Sylvi Martin, BScN, RN, ND

Cost: $50 (OAND Members); $88 (Non-Members)

 

To Receive CE Credits:

  1. Purchase the webinar recordings at the link below
  2. You will be sent the link to view the webinar and a quiz via email within one business day of when your registration form and payment goes through.
  3. Watch, learn from, and enjoy the webinar recording.
  4. Complete the quiz and submit it  to the OAND (submission instructions will be on the quiz itself)
  5. Within 7 business days, we will let you know whether you passed (received a mark of 80% or higher). If you passed, your CE Certificate will be sent to you via email within 7 business days of when you submit the quiz.

 

Course Description:
When someone is interested in seeing an ND, oftentimes their first resource is using the internet to find out more through websites, social media and blogs. Marketing is an important component of building and sustaining a successful naturopathic practice, but there are strict regulations that govern how an ND may advertise their services. When does creative advertising cross the line? What does the ND have control over when it comes to an online presence?

Join us at this two-hour session to learn how to comply with the relevant legislation related to advertising.

This 2-hour presentation will:

  • provide an overview of the current legislation and standards that govern naturopathic advertising
    • help you to understand your professional obligations when others advertise on your behalf
    • provide examples of what is and what isn’t appropriate advertising
    • identify legally risky terminology to avoid
    • point out issues to be aware of when using websites and social media

 

 

Presenter Biography:
Sylvi Martin is a Naturopathic Doctor and a Registered Nurse who practices in an integrative health clinic in Toronto, as well as in the field of professional regulation. Prior to completing the naturopathic medicine program at CCNM, Sylvi completed the bachelor of science program in nursing from Laurentian University. In 2004 Sylvi began her career in acute care psychiatric nursing at St. Michael’s Hospital in downtown Toronto, where dealing with high-risk patients was a daily occurrence. Since 2009 Sylvi has been practicing in professional regulations, as an Investigator for the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, and has undertaken further training in professional regulation and discipline at Osgoode Hall Law School. Sylvi has been a professional member of the BDDT-N’s Complaints and Reports Committee since 2013, and a professional member of CONO’s Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee since proclamation.

 

TO PURCHASE:

OAND Members: https://kl100.infusionsoft.com/app/form/default-campaign-form78

Non-Members: https://kl100.infusionsoft.com/app/form/default-campaign-form79