Every year, hundreds of Ontario physicians, most with busy medical practices, make the time to help the College deliver on its mandate of responsible, professional, self-regulation. They sit on committees, do case reviews, teach CPSO courses, participate in policy development, and make decisions about the quality of medical care delivered in this province. Without professional participation to ensure that standards are being met, self regulation would not be possible.
How Can You Participate in Self Regulation?
Opportunities for physicians to participate in self regulation are currently available in a number of areas. Information about each position is provided here:
Elected Council Member
If you are an Ontario physician looking for an opportunity to enrich your professional life, and contribute to both the public and the medical profession in a meaningful way, consider getting involved in the many opportunities the College has to offer.