Annual Report 2017 - Page 24

Findings in 45 Proved Cases: Orders in 45 Proved Cases: 2017 Findings An order of the Discipline Committee may have one or multiple components. For example, the Committee may order revocation and a reprimand, or a suspension, the imposition of terms, conditions and limitation and a reprimand. The following is based on the most serious component of the Order in each case: 11% 7% INCOMPETENCE (5) GUILTY OF OFFENCE RELEVANT TO SUITABILITY TO PRACTISE (3) 11% 37% DISGRACEFUL, DISHONOURABLE OR UNPROFESSIONAL CONDUCT (16) 2% 32% SEXUAL IMPROPRIETY (1) 2% NO PENALTY* (1) 25% 7% SEXUAL ABUSE (5) REVOCATION (11) REPRIMAND + UT TO RESIGN AND NOT REAPPLY (3) 7% TERMS, CONDITIONS AND LIMITATIONS (3) FAILING TO MAINTAIN STANDARDS (14) 57% SUSPENSION (25) 2% REPRIMAND (1) Note: 2 of 45 proved cases were joined into one hearing and therefore the chart shows 44 findings. Note: 2 of 45 proved cases were joined into one hearing and therefore the chart shows 44 findings. Fast Fact There has been an 18% increase in ICRC decisions since 2015 (2524 to 2921). Findings Revocations Suspensions TCL Reprimand+UT Reprimand No Penalty* Sexual Abuse 3 2 Sexual Impropriety 1 Incompetence 2 2 Fail to maintain standards 1 10 Guilty of Offence 1 1 DDU 3 10 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 As of December 31 st , 2017 *the physician had grave health issues and resigned with an undertaking to never reapply in Ontario or any other jurisdiction. Note: 2 of 45 proved cases were joined into one hearing and therefore the chart shows 44 penalties. CPSO ANNUAL REPORT 2017 // page 24