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