Annual Report 2014 - Page 24

Public members of Council and members of the medical profession sit together on the ICRC and carefully consider all the facts of these cases. What does the ICRC consider when reviewing an investigation? • facts of the case; • number and seriousness of care and/or conduct concerns at issue; • standard of care expected of practitioners; • whether the physician is practising within his or her area of expertise; • physician’s response to the investigation; • insight; self-identification of areas for improvement and changes to practice; • physician’s