The College of Chiropractors of British Columbia is one of 22 regulatory colleges under the Health Professions Act which is charged to serve and protect the public through professional regulation. The College is looking for engaged individuals who are interested in becoming public representatives on various statutory committees. This is a terrific opportunity for individuals with strategic experience to learn about and participate in the health regulatory landscape in BC.

As a public representative, you will provide a voice and perspective for the public, supporting the College’s mandate to serve and protect the interests of British Columbians. You will work alongside other public representatives and doctors of chiropractic to help shape policies, standards and guidelines for the chiropractic profession. Public representatives are an important and equal partner in the committee work.

Although committee members are volunteer, honoraria are provided and reasonable expenses are reimbursed.

For more information on the College, committees and the related legislation, please visit our website: http://www.chirobc.com/about-the-college-of-chiropractors-of-bc/ccbc-committees/