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Survey, Patient Resource – How to Report Sexual Misconduct by a Physician

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The College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC regulates physicians to protect public safety. The college sets out various practice standards and professional guidelines to ensure physicians meet high standards of medical practice. The college also develops patient resources to help communicate its expectations of physicians to the public.
A new patient resource, outlining how patients can report sexual misconduct by a physician, is now under review. If you are interested in sharing your feedback on this patient resource, please participate in a short survey here.

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of BC regulates physicians to protect public safety. The college sets out various practice standards and professional guidelines to ensure physicians meet high standards of medical practice and conduct. To help communicate key principles to the public, the college also develops patient resources. The college has recently drafted a new patient resource, titled Reporting Sexual Misconduct. If you are interested in sharing your feedback on this new patient resource, please participate in a short survey by July 31, 2020.

If you have any questions about this consultation, or would like to learn more about public engagement opportunities offered by the college, please email knewton@cpsbc.ca.

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