Discipline Hearings & Findings

Discipline Hearings


If there are any scheduled Discipline Hearings, they are posted below with the member’s name, allegations, date, time and location of the hearing. Hearings of the Discipline Committee are open to the public.

Member Name Date of Hearing Allegations

Discipline Findings


Decision summaries are posted after the Discipline Committee has released its written decision (within one to two months), and the College has reviewed the decision to remove identifying information to protect the privacy of individuals involved.

Information that is subject to a publication ban or could reveal the identity of witnesses or individuals, including the name of the facility, has been removed.

Member Name Date of Hearing Findings
Patrick M. Jew February 7, 2020

A Panel of the Discipline Committee found Patrick M. Jew, MRT(R), guilty of professional misconduct in that he:

  • engaged in conduct or performed an act relevant to the practice of the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable, or unprofessional; and
  • practised the profession while his certificate of registration was suspended, at Georgetown Hospital, Halton Healthcare, on or about January 22 and 23, 2019.

The Panel imposed an order:

  • requiring Patrick M. Jew to appear before the Panel of the Discipline Committee to be reprimanded on February 7, 2020;
  • directing the Registrar to suspend Patrick M. Jew’s certificate of registration for a period of one month, from April 1, 2020 through April 30, 2020; and
  • directing Patrick M. Jew to pay the College’s costs in the amount of two thousand five hundred dollars ($2,500.00), payable by certified cheque, on February 7, 2020.
Misbahuddin Ahmed November 30, 2018

A Panel of the Discipline Committee (the Panel) of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario found Misbahuddin Ahmed to have committed acts of professional misconduct in that he:

  • Has been found guilty of an offence that is relevant to his suitability to practise, in particular when he committed the following offences:
  1. Conspiring, with certain other individuals to commit an indictable offence, namely knowingly facilitating a terrorist activity, contrary to section 83.19 of the Criminal Code, thereby committing an offence under subsection 465(1)(c) of the Criminal Code; and/or
  2. Knowingly participating in or contributing to, directly or indirectly, any activity of a terrorist group for the purpose of enhancing the ability of a terrorist group to facilitate or carry out a terrorist activity, contrary to section 83.18(1) of the Criminal Code;
  • Contravened a federal law, namely the Criminal Code of Canada, and that the contravention is relevant to his suitability to practise, in particular when he committed the following offences:
  1. Conspiring, with certain other individuals to commit an indictable offence, namely knowingly facilitating a terrorist activity, contrary to section 83.19 of the Criminal Code, thereby committing an offence under subsection 465(1)(c) of the Criminal Code; and/or
  2. Knowingly participating in or contributing to, directly or indirectly, any activity of a terrorist group for the purpose of enhancing the ability of a terrorist group to facilitate or carry out a terrorist activity, contrary to section 83.18(1) of the Criminal Code; and/or
  • Engaged in conduct or performed an act relevant to the practice of the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as disgraceful, dishonourable or unprofessional, in particular when he committed the following offences:
  1. Conspiring, with certain other individuals to commit an indictable offence, namely knowingly facilitating a terrorist activity, contrary to section 83.19 of the Criminal Code, thereby committing an offence under subsection 465(1)(c) of the Criminal Code; and/or
  2. Knowingly participating in or contributing to, directly or indirectly, any activity of a terrorist group for the purpose of enhancing the ability of a terrorist group to facilitate or carry out a terrorist activity, contrary to section 83.18(1) of the Criminal Code.

The Panel noted that Misbahuddin Ahmed had resigned his membership and signed an undertaking to never practice again in Ontario.

The Panel issued a written reprimand.

Ivan Jagarcic November 15, 2018

A Panel of the Discipline Committee (the Panel) of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario found Ivan Jagarcic to have committed acts of professional misconduct in that he:

  • failed to cooperate with the Quality Assurance Committee or any assessor appointed by that committee,
  • failed to satisfactorily complete the Quality Assurance Portfolio for the year 2016,
  • engaged in conduct relevant to the practice of the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as unprofessional, and
  • failed to comply with a requirement or order of a Committee or a panel of a Committee of the College, namely the Quality Assurance Committee.

The Panel noted that Ivan Jagarcic had agreed to resign and never practice in Ontario, and imposed an order:

  • requiring Ivan Jagarcic to appear via teleconference before the Panel of the Discipline Committee to be reprimanded on November 15, 2018.
Denise McBain November 6, 2018

A Panel of the Discipline Committee (the Panel) of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario found Denise McBain to have committed acts of professional misconduct in that she:

  • failed to satisfactorily complete the Peer and Practice Assessment – Multi-Source Feedback (MSF) Assessment for the year 2016,
  • engaged in conduct relevant to the practice of the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as unprofessional, and
  • failed to comply with a requirement or order of a Committee or a panel of a Committee of the College, namely the Quality Assurance Committee.

The Panel imposed an order:

  • requiring Denise McBain to appear before the Panel of the Discipline Committee to be reprimanded on November 6, 2018; and
  • directing Denise McBain to pay the College’s costs in the amount of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00), by November 30, 2018.
Catherine Vermeersch October 31, 2018

A Panel of the Discipline Committee (the Panel) of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario found Catherine Vermeersch to have committed acts of professional misconduct in that she:

  • failed to comply with a decision of the Inquiries Complaints and Reports (ICR) Committee,
  • engaged in conduct relevant to the practice of the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as unprofessional,
  • failed to appear before a panel of the ICR Committee to be cautioned, and
  • failed to comply with a requirement or order of a Committee or a panel of a Committee of the College, namely the ICR Committee.

The Panel imposed an order:

  • requiring Catherine Vermeersch to appear via teleconference before the Panel of the Discipline Committee to be reprimanded on October 31, 2018; and
  • directing Catherine Vermeersch to pay the College’s costs in the amount of one thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500.00), by November 30, 2018.
Patrick M. Jew November 15, 2018

A Panel of the Discipline Committee (the Panel) of the College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario found Patrick Jew to have committed acts of professional misconduct in that he:

  • failed to comply with a decision of the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports (ICR) Committee;
  • engaged in conduct relevant to the practice of the profession that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as unprofessional;
  • failed to appear before a panel of the ICR Committee to be cautioned; and
  • failed to comply with a requirement or order of a Committee or a panel of a Committee of the College, namely the ICR Committee.

The Panel imposed an order:

  • requiring Patrick M. Jew to appear before the Panel of the Discipline Committee to be reprimanded on October 25, 2018;
Feras Salim October 25, 2018

A Panel of the Discipline Committee found Feras Salim, MRT(R), guilty of professional misdconduct in that he:

  • engaged in conduct relevant to the practice of the profession, that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as unprofessional, and
  • failed to comply with an order of a committee of the College, namely the decision of the Inquires, Complaints and Reports Committee dated July 18, 2014.

Feras Salim admitted the allegations which relate to his failure to comply with a specified continuing education or remediation program (SCERP) ordered by the Inquiries, Complaints and Reports Committee (ICRC) in July 2014.

The SCERP ordered by ICRC required Feras Salim to submit his quality assurance records for the year 2012 which he had failed to submit when requested by the Quality Assurance Committee. Feras Salim submitted his quality assurance records for 2012 in August 2015, after the allegations of professional misconduct had already been referred to the Discipline Committee for a hearing by the ICRC in July 2015.

The Discipline Committee accepted a joint position on penalty from the College and Feras Salim and made the following order:

  • The result of the Discipline Committee proceeding, including a synopsis of the decision, shall be on the register for an unlimited period of time pursuant to sections 23(2) and 23(14) of the Code,
  • The finding and the Order of the Discipline Committee shall be published, in detail, with the name of Feras Salim in the annual report of the College and in any other publication deemed appropriate by the College, pursuant to sections 56(1) and 56(2) of the Code, and
  • The member Feras Salim shall forthwith pay costs to the College in the amount of $2,500.00 pursuant to section 53.1 of the Code.
Jack Lossing March 20, 2013

A panel of the Discipline Committee found Jack Lossing, MRT(R), guilty of professional misconduct in that he:

  • failed to cooperate with the Quality Assurance Committee,
  • failed to carry out a requirement or order of the Quality Assurance Committee, and
  • engaged in conduct in the course of practising the profession, that, having regard to all the circumstances, would reasonably be regarded by members as unprofessional.

Jack Lossing admitted each of the allegations which relate to his failure to submit his Self-Assessment Profile, Continuous Learning Portfolio and related Quality Assurance Records for 2010.

The Panel accepted a joint position on penalty from the College and Jack Lossing and made the following order:

  • Jack Lossing shall have his certificate of registration suspended until such time as he has submitted his Self-Assessment Profile, Continuous Learning Portfolio and related Quality Assurance records for the calendar year 2010 and the materials have been deemed satisfactory by the Registrar (Note: Jack Lossing submitted the required materials, which were deemed satisfactory by the Registrar prior to the hearing and therefore a suspension of his certificate of registration was not imposed),
  • Jack Lossing shall be reprimanded and the reprimand shall be recorded on the register for an unlimited period of time,
  • The Order of the Committee shall be published, in detail, with the name of Jack Lossing in the annual report of the College and any other publication deemed appropriate by the College, and

Jack Lossing shall, prior to April 20, 2013, pay costs to the College in the amount of $2500.