A Naturopathic Profession Regulation is legislation that will allow the Department of Health and Social Services to regulate and license the naturopathic profession in the NWT.
The primary purpose of regulating and licensing a profession is to protect the public by ensuring that anyone using a protected title, such as ‘naturopathic doctor’, has met and maintains accepted training standards.
Medical professionals and residents were invited to provide input into the proposed key elements to help form the drafting instructions for the future Naturopathic Profession Regulation.
Engagement feedback from July 29, 2016 to August 31, 2016
Results under review
This engagement was completed August 31, 2016
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Public input was accepted by email and fax.
The feedback on the proposed key elements will help the GNWT create a Regulation that is functional and beneficial for the Naturopathic profession and the public.