Conduct Counts Case Studies

As reported previously, the vast majority of investigations by the CRTO are about Members acting unprofessionally. Occasionally, poor conduct may occur as a result of underlying health issues. Each month the case study looks at different issues around a Members’ practice.

Although some details have been changed to protect individual identities, the issues, process and outcomes illustrated in the Case Studies are all based on actual CRTO investigations.

  1. Social Media — May 2021
  2. Documentation — April 2021
  3. Professional Practice — February 2021
  4. Privacy — December 2020
  5. Incapacity — October 2020
  6. Mandatory Reporting Obligations — December 2019
  7. Confidentiality — February 2019
  8. Professional Conduct — December 2018
  9. Report forwarded by the Office of the Chief Coroner on a Maternal and Perinatal Death Review Committee Investigation — August 2018
  10. Communication and Conduct — June 2018
  11. Standards of Practice — March 2018
  12. Falsifying Documentation — February 2018
  13. Authorized Acts — December 2017
  14. Documentation — September 2017
  15. Professional Conduct — August 2017
  16. Bullying — April 2017
  17. Social Media — March 2017
  18. Documentation — February 2017
  19. Fitness to Practise — December 2016
  20. Professional Obligations — November 2016
  21. Privacy Breach — September 2016
  22. Privacy — Summer 2016
  23. Ethics & Billing — June 2016
  24. Professional Judgement — May 2016
  25. Protection & Use of Title — April 2016
  26. Professional Misconduct — February 2016
  27. Personal Life — December 2015
  28. Communications & Sensitivity — October 2015
  29. Falsifying Documentation — July 2015
  30. Conduct Unbecoming A Professional — May 2015
  31. Boundaries & Professionalism — April 2015