Ungovernable and difficult licensees: Improving regulatory impact (AUS)
This offering of the webinar takes place April 11 at 4:00-5:30 pm EDT / April 12 at 6:00-7:30 am AEST.
Difficult and/or ungovernable licensees present particularly vexing challenges for regulatory authorities and their staff. In addition to the concerning professional conduct that rises to the level of regulatory attention, one encounters other indicators of difficulty with authority and oversight in these licensees, such as frustrating communication styles, uncooperative attitudes, a history of wide-ranging or repeated offenses, or a proclivity for playing by their own rules. This session aims to assist regulators and their staff to interact more productively with such licensees by explaining how personal and professional underpinnings can lead to difficult demeanors or seeming ungovernability, by providing practical communication approaches and by offering recommendations to increase the impact of regulatory interventions.
Challenges and lessons learned: Since 1991, PBI Education has remediated more than 13,000 healthcare professionals in the areas of boundaries, civility and communication, ethics and professionalism, prescribing, and record keeping. Over the years, we have encountered course participants whose conduct and attitude with their regulators and with us could be characterized as “difficult” or “ungovernable.” Our process-oriented approach to remediation creates conditions where we can unearth reasons why some licensees behave in these ways; these reasons ultimately play a central role in the licensees’ remediation potential, recovery, and relapse prevention. Our course faculty are skilled at employing tools for engaging these licensees in order to achieve a more impactful remedial experience, skills that regulators and their staff can also learn to employ. Some of these tools are, in turn, adopted by these difficult or ungovernable licensees for use in their personal and professional interactions as strategies for avoiding additional professional problems in the future.
Catherine Caldicott, Medical Director, PBI Education
Gillian Slaughter, Director, Professional Conduct, Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario
Shilo Tooze, Associate Registrar, Licensure, College of Veterinarians of Ontario
Denitha Breau, Deputy Registrar, Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers
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