Paramedicine education programs must meet standards and teach to the requirements set by the College.
Continuing competence fosters individual improvement and growth of professional practice. The CC cycle follows the renewal year.
There are three types of applications you can fill out to become registered or change your registration status.
Practitioners must be registered in one of three registers: General, Provisional and Courtesy.
Practitioners must fulfill the registration requirements to hold an active practice permit.
To report a complaint, access the Public/Patient and/or Employer’s Complaint forms.
Regulated members must maintain professional boundaries with their patients.
What is involved when submitting a complaint?
What happens when a complaint is referred to an investigation?
Hearing tribunal decisions are posted online for a minimum of 5 years.
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The paramedicine profession, in Alberta, is regulated in accordance with the Health Professions Act, Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics.
Council is accountable for the overall governance of the College.
The Annual Reports report on the activities of the College.
The College provides a list of provincial and federal awards.
The College regulates all three levels of paramedicine in Alberta.
Bylaws establish the framework for operations and management within the College.
Resources and information for the public.
Paramedics respond when people are in distress and provide emergency care.
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All publicly available information can be found through our Verify a Member function at the top of every webpage. If you require additional information, we encourage you to contact the College at info@ABparamedics.com.