JACK GAGLIARDI, Homeopath, Hom, DSHomMed, RCSHom,
Registered Homeopath with
WHAT IS HOMEOPATHY?
Live Blood Cell Analysis
Regulation of Homeopathy in Ontario
As of April 1, 2015, only those practitoners who are registered with the College of Homeopaths of Ontario can use the title “Homeopath.” What sets registered homeopaths apart is that, under the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991, they are accountable to the College of Homeopaths of Ontario to provide safe, competent and ethical practice.
An exhaustive set of professional practice standards and guidelines has been developed to form the backdrop against which practice will be maintained. The public register of homeopaths will be available to allow patients and others to determine the registration status of a practitioner.
Additionally, a discipline process will be in place to ensure that complaints can be dealt with fairly and effectively. The College of Homeopaths of Ontario is governed by the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 and the Homeopathy Act, 2007. These acts ensure consistent implementation of public protection mechanisms and allow patients, employers and other health care professions to make complaints against practitioners who fall below the health care standards set by the College and the Government of Ontario.
College of Homeopaths of Ontario website: www.collegeofhomeopaths.on.ca/