C-26 - Professional Code

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37.1. Every member of one of the following professional orders may engage in the following professional activities, which are reserved to such members within the scope of the activities they may engage in under section 37:
(1)  the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec:
(a)  determine a nutritional treatment plan, including the appropriate feeding route, where an individual prescription indicates that nutrition is a determining factor in the treatment of an illness; and
(b)  monitor the nutritional status of persons whose nutritional treatment plan has been determined;
(1.1)  the Ordre professionnel des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec:
(1.1.1)  if practising the profession of social worker:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person further to a decision of the director of youth protection or of a tribunal made under the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1);
(c)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (S.C. 2002, c. 1);
(d)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights;
(e)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(f)  undertake the psychosocial assessment of a person with regard to the protective supervision of a person of full age or with regard to a protection mandate;
(g)  determine the intervention plan for a person who suffers from a mental disorder or exhibits suicidal tendencies and who resides in a facility run by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre for young persons with adjustment problems;
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(i)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons (chapter S-5); and
(j)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(1.1.2)  if practising the profession of marriage and family therapist:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights; and
(c)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(1.2)  the Ordre professionnel des psychologues du Québec:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess mental disorders;
(c)  assess neuropsychological disorders, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(d)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act;
(e)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights;
(f)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(g)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act (chapter I-13.3);
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(i)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons; and
(j)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(1.3)  the Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation et des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec: (see notes 1 and 2 below)
(1.3.1)  if practising the profession of vocational guidance counsellor:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess mental disorders, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(c)  assess mental retardation;
(d)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(1.3.2)  if practising the profession of psychoeducator:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person further to a decision of the director of youth protection or of a tribunal made under the Youth Protection Act;
(c)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act;
(d)  determine the intervention plan for a person who suffers from a mental disorder or exhibits suicidal tendencies and who resides in a facility run by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre for young persons with adjustment problems;
(e)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act;
(f)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons; and
(h)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(2)  the Ordre professionnel des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec:
(a)  assess hearing disorders in order to determine an audiological treatment and intervention plan;
(b)  adjust a hearing aid in the course of an audiological procedure;
(c)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(d)  assess language, speech and voice disorders in order to determine an orthophonic treatment and intervention plan;
(e)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(f)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(3)  the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec:
(a)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(b)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(c)  introduce an instrument or a finger in the human body beyond the labia majora or anal margin;
(d)  introduce an instrument in the human body in and beyond the pharynx or the nasal vestibule;
(e)  use invasive forms of energy;
(f)  provide treatment for wounds;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(h)  insert needles under the dermis to reduce inflammation, as a supplemental means, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
(i)  perform spinal and joint manipulations, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(4)  the Ordre professionnel des ergothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(b)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(c)  provide treatment for wounds;
(d)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(e)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(f)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(g)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(5)  the Ordre professionnel des infirmières et infirmiers auxiliaires du Québec:
(a)  apply invasive measures for the maintenance of therapeutic equipment;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  provide care and treatment for wounds and alterations of the skin and teguments, according to a prescription or a nursing plan;
(d)  observe the state of consciousness of a person and monitor neurological signs;
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(f)  administer prescribed medications or other prescribed substances via routes other than the intravenous route;
(g)  participate in vaccination operations under the Public Health Act (chapter S-2.2);
(h)  introduce an instrument or a finger, according to a prescription, beyond the nasal vestibule, labia majora, urinary meatus or anal margin or into an artificial opening in the human body; and
(i)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein in order to take a specimen, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(6)  the Ordre professionnel des technologistes médicaux du Québec:
(a)  take specimens;
(b)  perform phlebotomies, according to a prescription;
(c)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule, urinary meatus, labia majora or anal margin or into a peripheral vein;
(d)  administer, including intravenously from a peripheral site, prescribed medications or other prescribed substances, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(7)  the Ordre professionnel des inhalothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  provide ventilatory assistance, according to a prescription;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  test cardiopulmonary function, according to a prescription;
(d)  provide clinical monitoring of the condition of persons under anesthesia, including sedation analgesia, or under ventilatory assistance;
(e)  administer and adjust prescribed medications or other prescribed substances;
(f)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription; and
(g)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein or an artificial opening or in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule.
2002, c. 33, s. 2; 2009, c. 28, s. 5; I.N. 2016-01-01 (NCCP).
NOTE 1: as of 8 December 2010, the Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation et des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec is designated under the name of “Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 77).
NOTE 2: on 8 December 2010, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of “Ordre professionnel des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 208).
NOTE 3: on 10 October 2013, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of “Ordre professionnel des sexologues du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 222.2).
NOTE 4: on 22 July 2015, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of «Ordre professionnel des criminologues du Québec». (See chapter C-26, r. 90.1).
37.1. Every member of one of the following professional orders may engage in the following professional activities, which are reserved to such members within the scope of the activities they may engage in under section 37:
(1)  the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec:
(a)  determine a nutritional treatment plan, including the appropriate feeding route, where an individual prescription indicates that nutrition is a determining factor in the treatment of an illness; and
(b)  monitor the nutritional status of persons whose nutritional treatment plan has been determined;
(1.1)  the Ordre professionnel des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec:
(1.1.1)  if practising the profession of social worker:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person further to a decision of the director of youth protection or of a tribunal made under the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1);
(c)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (S.C. 2002, c. 1);
(d)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights;
(e)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(f)  undertake the psychosocial assessment of a person with regard to the protective supervision of a person of full age or with regard to a mandate given in anticipation of the mandator’s incapacity;
(g)  determine the intervention plan for a person who suffers from a mental disorder or exhibits suicidal tendencies and who resides in a facility run by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre for young persons with adjustment problems;
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(i)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons (chapter S-5); and
(j)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(1.1.2)  if practising the profession of marriage and family therapist:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights; and
(c)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(1.2)  the Ordre professionnel des psychologues du Québec:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess mental disorders;
(c)  assess neuropsychological disorders, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(d)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act;
(e)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights;
(f)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(g)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act (chapter I-13.3);
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(i)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons; and
(j)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(1.3)  the Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation et des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec: (see notes 1 and 2 below)
(1.3.1)  if practising the profession of vocational guidance counsellor:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess mental disorders, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(c)  assess mental retardation;
(d)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(1.3.2)  if practising the profession of psychoeducator:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person further to a decision of the director of youth protection or of a tribunal made under the Youth Protection Act;
(c)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act;
(d)  determine the intervention plan for a person who suffers from a mental disorder or exhibits suicidal tendencies and who resides in a facility run by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre for young persons with adjustment problems;
(e)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act;
(f)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons; and
(h)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(2)  the Ordre professionnel des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec:
(a)  assess hearing disorders in order to determine an audiological treatment and intervention plan;
(b)  adjust a hearing aid in the course of an audiological procedure;
(c)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(d)  assess language, speech and voice disorders in order to determine an orthophonic treatment and intervention plan;
(e)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(f)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(3)  the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec:
(a)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(b)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(c)  introduce an instrument or a finger in the human body beyond the labia majora or anal margin;
(d)  introduce an instrument in the human body in and beyond the pharynx or the nasal vestibule;
(e)  use invasive forms of energy;
(f)  provide treatment for wounds;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(h)  insert needles under the dermis to reduce inflammation, as a supplemental means, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
(i)  perform spinal and joint manipulations, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(4)  the Ordre professionnel des ergothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(b)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(c)  provide treatment for wounds;
(d)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(e)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(f)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(g)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(5)  the Ordre professionnel des infirmières et infirmiers auxiliaires du Québec:
(a)  apply invasive measures for the maintenance of therapeutic equipment;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  provide care and treatment for wounds and alterations of the skin and teguments, according to a prescription or a nursing plan;
(d)  observe the state of consciousness of a person and monitor neurological signs;
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(f)  administer prescribed medications or other prescribed substances via routes other than the intravenous route;
(g)  participate in vaccination operations under the Public Health Act (chapter S-2.2);
(h)  introduce an instrument or a finger, according to a prescription, beyond the nasal vestibule, labia majora, urinary meatus or anal margin or into an artificial opening in the human body; and
(i)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein in order to take a specimen, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(6)  the Ordre professionnel des technologistes médicaux du Québec:
(a)  take specimens;
(b)  perform phlebotomies, according to a prescription;
(c)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule, urinary meatus, labia majora or anal margin or into a peripheral vein;
(d)  administer, including intravenously from a peripheral site, prescribed medications or other prescribed substances, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(7)  the Ordre professionnel des inhalothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  provide ventilatory assistance, according to a prescription;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  test cardiopulmonary function, according to a prescription;
(d)  provide clinical monitoring of the condition of persons under anesthesia, including sedation analgesia, or under ventilatory assistance;
(e)  administer and adjust prescribed medications or other prescribed substances;
(f)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription; and
(g)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein or an artificial opening or in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule.
2002, c. 33, s. 2; 2009, c. 28, s. 5.
NOTE 1: as of 8 December 2010, the Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation et des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec is designated under the name of “Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 77).
NOTE 2: on 8 December 2010, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of “Ordre professionnel des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 208).
NOTE 3: on 10 October 2013, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of “Ordre professionnel des sexologues du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 222.2).
NOTE 4: on 22 July 2015, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of «Ordre professionnel des criminologues du Québec». (See chapter C-26, r. 90.1).
37.1. Every member of one of the following professional orders may engage in the following professional activities, which are reserved to such members within the scope of the activities they may engage in under section 37:
(1)  the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec:
(a)  determine a nutritional treatment plan, including the appropriate feeding route, where an individual prescription indicates that nutrition is a determining factor in the treatment of an illness; and
(b)  monitor the nutritional status of persons whose nutritional treatment plan has been determined;
(1.1)  the Ordre professionnel des travailleurs sociaux et des thérapeutes conjugaux et familiaux du Québec:
(1.1.1)  if practising the profession of social worker:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person further to a decision of the director of youth protection or of a tribunal made under the Youth Protection Act (chapter P-34.1);
(c)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (S.C. 2002, c. 1);
(d)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights;
(e)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(f)  undertake the psychosocial assessment of a person with regard to the protective supervision of a person of full age or with regard to a mandate given in anticipation of the mandator’s incapacity;
(g)  determine the intervention plan for a person who suffers from a mental disorder or exhibits suicidal tendencies and who resides in a facility run by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre for young persons with adjustment problems;
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(i)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services (chapter S-4.2) and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons (chapter S-5); and
(j)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(1.1.2)  if practising the profession of marriage and family therapist:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights; and
(c)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(1.2)  the Ordre professionnel des psychologues du Québec:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess mental disorders;
(c)  assess neuropsychological disorders, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(d)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act;
(e)  assess a person with regard to child custody and access rights;
(f)  assess a person who wishes to adopt a child;
(g)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act (chapter I-13.3);
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(i)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons; and
(j)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(1.3)  the Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation et des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec: (see notes 1 and 2 below)
(1.3.1)  if practising the profession of vocational guidance counsellor:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess mental disorders, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(c)  assess mental retardation;
(d)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(1.3.2)  if practising the profession of psychoeducator:
(a)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(b)  assess a person further to a decision of the director of youth protection or of a tribunal made under the Youth Protection Act;
(c)  assess an adolescent further to a decision of a tribunal made under the Youth Criminal Justice Act;
(d)  determine the intervention plan for a person who suffers from a mental disorder or exhibits suicidal tendencies and who resides in a facility run by an institution operating a rehabilitation centre for young persons with adjustment problems;
(e)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act;
(f)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons; and
(h)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(2)  the Ordre professionnel des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec:
(a)  assess hearing disorders in order to determine an audiological treatment and intervention plan;
(b)  adjust a hearing aid in the course of an audiological procedure;
(c)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(d)  assess language, speech and voice disorders in order to determine an orthophonic treatment and intervention plan;
(e)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(f)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(3)  the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec:
(a)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(b)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(c)  introduce an instrument or a finger in the human body beyond the labia majora or anal margin;
(d)  introduce an instrument in the human body in and beyond the pharynx or the nasal vestibule;
(e)  use invasive forms of energy;
(f)  provide treatment for wounds;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(h)  insert needles under the dermis to reduce inflammation, as a supplemental means, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
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(i)  perform spinal and joint manipulations, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(4)  the Ordre professionnel des ergothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(b)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(c)  provide treatment for wounds;
(d)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(e)  make decisions as to the use of isolation measures in accordance with the Act respecting health services and social services and the Act respecting health services and social services for Cree Native persons;
(f)  assess a person suffering from a mental or neuropsychological disorder attested by the diagnosis or evaluation of an authorized professional;
(g)  assess a handicapped student or a student with a social maladjustment with a view to formulating an individualized education plan in accordance with the Education Act; and
(h)  assess a child not yet admissible to preschool education who shows signs of developmental delay, in order to determine the adjustment and rehabilitation services required;
(5)  the Ordre professionnel des infirmières et infirmiers auxiliaires du Québec:
(a)  apply invasive measures for the maintenance of therapeutic equipment;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  provide care and treatment for wounds and alterations of the skin and teguments, according to a prescription or a nursing plan;
(d)  observe the state of consciousness of a person and monitor neurological signs;
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(f)  administer prescribed medications or other prescribed substances via routes other than the intravenous route;
(g)  participate in vaccination operations under the Public Health Act (chapter S-2.2);
(h)  introduce an instrument or a finger, according to a prescription, beyond the nasal vestibule, labia majora, urinary meatus or anal margin or into an artificial opening in the human body; and
(i)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein in order to take a specimen, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(6)  the Ordre professionnel des technologistes médicaux du Québec:
(a)  take specimens;
(b)  perform phlebotomies, according to a prescription;
(c)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule, urinary meatus, labia majora or anal margin or into a peripheral vein;
(d)  administer, including intravenously from a peripheral site, prescribed medications or other prescribed substances, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(7)  the Ordre professionnel des inhalothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  provide ventilatory assistance, according to a prescription;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  test cardiopulmonary function, according to a prescription;
(d)  provide clinical monitoring of the condition of persons under anesthesia, including sedation analgesia, or under ventilatory assistance;
(e)  administer and adjust prescribed medications or other prescribed substances;
(f)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription; and
(g)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein or an artificial opening or in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule.
2002, c. 33, s. 2; 2009, c. 28, s. 5.
NOTE 1: as of 8 December 2010, the Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation et des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec is designated under the name of “Ordre professionnel des conseillers et conseillères d’orientation du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 77).
NOTE 2: on 8 December 2010, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of “Ordre professionnel des psychoéducateurs et psychoéducatrices du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 208).
NOTE 3: on 10 October 2013, a professional order was constituted by letters patent under the name of “Ordre professionnel des sexologues du Québec”. (See chapter C-26, r. 222.2).
37.1. Every member of one of the following professional orders may engage in the following professional activities, which are reserved to such members within the scope of the activities they may engage in under section 37:
(1)  the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec:
(a)  determine a nutritional treatment plan, including the appropriate feeding route, where an individual prescription indicates that nutrition is a determining factor in the treatment of an illness; and
(b)  monitor the nutritional status of persons whose nutritional treatment plan has been determined;
(2)  the Ordre professionnel des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec:
(a)  assess hearing disorders in order to determine an audiological treatment and intervention plan;
(b)  adjust a hearing aid in the course of an audiological procedure;
(c)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act; and
(d)  assess language, speech and voice disorders in order to determine an orthophonic treatment and intervention plan;
(3)  the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec:
(a)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(b)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(c)  introduce an instrument or a finger in the human body beyond the labia majora or anal margin;
(d)  introduce an instrument in the human body in and beyond the pharynx or the nasal vestibule;
(e)  use invasive forms of energy;
(f)  provide treatment for wounds;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(h)  insert needles under the dermis to reduce inflammation, as a supplemental means, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
Not in force
(i)  perform spinal and joint manipulations, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(4)  the Ordre professionnel des ergothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(b)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(c)  provide treatment for wounds; and
(d)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(5)  the Ordre professionnel des infirmières et infirmiers auxiliaires du Québec:
(a)  apply invasive measures for the maintenance of therapeutic equipment;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  provide care and treatment for wounds and alterations of the skin and teguments, according to a prescription or a nursing plan;
(d)  observe the state of consciousness of a person and monitor neurological signs;
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(f)  administer prescribed medications or other prescribed substances via routes other than the intravenous route;
(g)  participate in vaccination operations under the Public Health Act (chapter S‐2.2);
(h)  introduce an instrument or a finger, according to a prescription, beyond the nasal vestibule, labia majora, urinary meatus or anal margin or into an artificial opening in the human body; and
(i)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein in order to take a specimen, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(6)  the Ordre professionnel des technologistes médicaux du Québec:
(a)  take specimens;
(b)  perform phlebotomies, according to a prescription;
(c)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule, urinary meatus, labia majora or anal margin or into a peripheral vein;
(d)  administer, including intravenously from a peripheral site, prescribed medications or other prescribed substances, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription ;
(7)  the Ordre professionnel des inhalothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  provide ventilatory assistance, according to a prescription;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  test cardiopulmonary function, according to a prescription;
(d)  provide clinical monitoring of the condition of persons under anesthesia, including sedation analgesia, or under ventilatory assistance;
(e)  administer and adjust prescribed medications or other prescribed substances;
(f)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription; and
(g)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein or an artificial opening or in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule.
2002, c. 33, s. 2.
37.1. Every member of one of the following professional orders may engage in the following professional activities, which are reserved to such members within the scope of the activities they may engage in under section 37:
In force: 2003-06-01
(1)  the Ordre professionnel des diététistes du Québec:
(a)  determine a nutritional treatment plan, including the appropriate feeding route, where an individual prescription indicates that nutrition is a determining factor in the treatment of an illness; and
(b)  monitor the nutritional status of persons whose nutritional treatment plan has been determined;
In force: 2003-06-01
(2)   the Ordre professionnel des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec:
(a)  assess hearing disorders in order to determine an audiological treatment and intervention plan;
(b)  adjust a hearing aid in the course of an audiological procedure;
(c)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act; and
(d)  assess language, speech and voice disorders in order to determine an orthophonic treatment and intervention plan;
In force: 2003-06-01
(3)  the Ordre professionnel de la physiothérapie du Québec:
(a)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(b)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(c)  introduce an instrument or a finger in the human body beyond the labia majora or anal margin;
(d)  introduce an instrument in the human body in and beyond the pharynx or the nasal vestibule;
(e)  use invasive forms of energy;
(f)  provide treatment for wounds;
(g)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(h)  insert needles under the dermis to reduce inflammation, as a supplemental means, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
Not in force
(i)  perform spinal and joint manipulations, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
In force: 2003-06-01
(4)  the Ordre professionnel des ergothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  make a functional assessment of a person where required under an Act;
(b)  assess neuromusculoskeletal function in a person having a physical function limitation or disability;
(c)  provide treatment for wounds; and
(d)  make decisions as to the use of restraint measures;
(5)  the Ordre professionnel des infirmières et infirmiers auxiliaires du Québec:
(a)  apply invasive measures for the maintenance of therapeutic equipment;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  provide care and treatment for wounds and alterations of the skin and teguments, according to a prescription or a nursing plan;
(d)  observe the state of consciousness of a person and monitor neurological signs;
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription;
(f)  administer prescribed medications or other prescribed substances via routes other than the intravenous route;
(g)  participate in vaccination operations under the Public Health Act (chapter S‐2.2);
(h)  introduce an instrument or a finger, according to a prescription, beyond the nasal vestibule, labia majora, urinary meatus or anal margin or into an artificial opening in the human body; and
(i)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein in order to take a specimen, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94;
(6)  the Ordre professionnel des technologistes médicaux du Québec:
(a)  take specimens;
(b)  perform phlebotomies, according to a prescription;
(c)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule, urinary meatus, labia majora or anal margin or into a peripheral vein;
(d)  administer, including intravenously from a peripheral site, prescribed medications or other prescribed substances, provided a training certificate has been issued to the member by the Order pursuant to a regulation under paragraph o of section 94; and
(e)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription ;
(7)  the Ordre professionnel des inhalothérapeutes du Québec:
(a)  provide ventilatory assistance, according to a prescription;
(b)  take specimens, according to a prescription;
(c)  test cardiopulmonary function, according to a prescription;
(d)  provide clinical monitoring of the condition of persons under anesthesia, including sedation analgesia, or under ventilatory assistance;
(e)  administer and adjust prescribed medications or other prescribed substances;
(f)  mix substances to complete the preparation of a medication, according to a prescription; and
(g)  introduce an instrument, according to a prescription, into a peripheral vein or an artificial opening or in and beyond the pharynx or beyond the nasal vestibule.
2002, c. 33, s. 2.