The Registrar podcast features interviews with professionals who commit their careers to protect the public interest.
Hosted by MDR Strategy Group CEO, Daniel Roukema, watch or listen to our episodes with interesting, inspiring and fun people from around the world.
First recorded in Louisville, Kentucky in September 2022 at the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) Annual Education conference, the initial episodes feature conference leadership and delegates.
AN AUSSIE PERSPECTIVE ON LICENSING AND REGULATION
Michael Carpenter is the CEO of Australian Psychology Accreditation Council. Based in Melbourne, he sat down with host Daniel Roukema to discuss licensing and professional regulation, Australia vs. England, family, travel, and life.
BREAKTIME BANTER ON RELEVANT REGULATION
Marc Spector is Deputy Registrar of the Home Construction Regulatory Authority in Toronto. At the time of recording, Marc’s election to President-Elect of the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) had not yet been announced. Listen to Marc discuss relevant regulation and his vision for CLEAR. Also a big thumbs up to the people of Kentucky from Marc.
A CANDID CONVERSATION ABOUT DIVERSITY, EQUITY, AND INCLUSION – AND RACISM
Staci Mason is the Director, American Medical College Application Service Operations at the Association of American Medical College in Washington, DC. In this podcast, host Daniel Roukema and Staci Mason compare notes about Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and racism, from the perspective of an African American and Black Canadian.
HEALTHCARE AND COVID-19
Dr. Hany Abdelhady is a public member on the Council of the College of Psychiatric Nurses of Alberta (CRPNA), and a pharmacist at Alberta Health Services. In this episode, Hany discusses his education and career abroad and in Canada, and life as a healthcare practitioner during COVID-19.
SOCIAL WORKER RETIREMENT PARTY
Lise Betteridge was appointed Registrar and CEO of the OCSWSSW in 2015, after serving as Director of Professional Practice (5+ years), Deputy Registrar, and Acting Registrar. She graduated from the University of Toronto with an MSW in 1991, and is a social worker by profession. Her professional experience, prior to entering the regulatory space, includes management and clinical roles in diverse healthcare settings.
The importance of kindness in regulation
Dr. Zubin Austin, Professor and Koffler Research Chair at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy at the University of Toronto, discusses the importance of kindness in regulation, Canada’s labour market challenges in the health sector, the ethics of recruiting internationally trained health professionals, and much more.
AUSSIE RULES: In conversation with about health regulation in Australia
Kym Ayscough – from Sydney, Australia, learn more about the country’s licensing and professional regulation system, labour mobility challenges, and the importance of recognizing the history, values, and contributions of its Indigenous Peoples.