The Board governs, controls and administers the regulatory and administrative affairs of the College. It also serves to provide direction for the profession in matters of public interest. The role of the Board, as well as its authority and powers, is set out in the Chiropractic Act.
The Board is comprised of eight elected chiropractors and two public members appointed by the Nova Scotia Government.
The Board functions include:
- Policy and Standards Development
- Credentials Verification
- Practitioner Assessment
- Complaints and Investigation
- Hearings and Discipline
- Continuing Education Standards
- Advertising Approval