Quality Assurance procedure

The primary objective of the quality assurance program is to provide the members with the opportunity to enhance their knowledge base and clinical skills and encourage excellence in the delivery of care to the public.

The program recognizes that continuous quality improvement is a partnership between NSCA, the member and an assessor.  Both the member and an assessor will collaborate and share their knowledge to improve professional competence and to identify practice trends and patterns with the profession.

Our mission is to strive
to improve the
overall foot healthcare
to the public by
focussing on preventing, diagnosing and treating conditions associated with the foot, as well as to facilitate the delivery of knowledge of foot healthcare in a safe and professional manner.
Nova Scotia Chiropody Association
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