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Jayson Phillips - JG680636

The College alleged that the Member engaged in a pattern of inappropriate conduct and/or sexual harassment toward female co-workers; and engaged in conduct or performed an act, relevant to the practice of nursing that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional. 

The Member did not attend the hearing. 

The Panel found that the Member engaged in professional misconduct as alleged, and that his conduct would reasonably be regarded by Members of the profession as disgraceful, dishonourable and unprofessional.   

The Member’s conduct called into question his moral fitness and ability to discharge the higher obligations the public expects nurses to meet. The conduct occurred over a lengthy period of time, giving the Member the opportunity to reflect on his behaviour after each of his co-workers asked him to stop.

The Panel accepted the College’s submission on penalty and ordered an oral reprimand, a five-month suspension, and terms, conditions and limitations on the Member’s certificate of registration, including attending two meetings with a Nursing Expert and employer notification for 12 months.

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