Role of the Registrar

The Registrar is the Chief Administrative/Executive Officer of the College. The Registrar is accountable to the Council and reports to the President.

The prime responsibilities of the Registrar are to:

  1. Support the College and its committees to accomplish their statutory duties and other responsibilities;
  2. Direct management and operation of the College office;
  3. Carry out the Registrar’s statutory duties as set out in the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 and the Traditional Chinese Medicine Act, 2006, and Regulations under these Acts;
  4. Together with the President, liaise with government, other Colleges and regulatory agencies, relevant professional associations and educational institutions;
  5. Communicate with members and the public to ensure understanding of the role and objectives of the College;
  6. Together with the President, represent the College at external meetings relevant to the regulation of traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists.