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ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATION IN CATASTROPHIC IMPAIRMENT EVALUATION (C-CAT) - PATHWAY
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To qualify to write the exam, an individual must belong to a regulated health professional: The exam sitting will be on [Sunday, April 7, 2019] and will be approximately 3 hours long. Please reference the Examination Regulations.

In recognition of the specific clinical practice requirements for applicant of various clinical backgrounds and practise scopes, the C-CAT is offered through one of three training and examination streams.

Category

 

Designation

 

Training
Day 1

  Training
Day 2
  Exam Stream

Physical Medicine:
»
»Physicians (except Psychiatry)
»»Allied Health clinicians (except Occupational Therapy)

  C-CAT
(P)



  C-CAT 2018 Overview & Update course


   C-CAT AMA4 Fundamentals & Case Workshop


  C-CAT
(P)

Physical Medicine



Mental Behavioural:

»»Psychology
»»Neuropsychology
»»Psychiatry

  C-CAT
(MB)



  C-CAT 2018 Overview & Update course


   C-CAT Mental Behavioural Workshop Training

  C-CAT (MB)
Mental Behavioural


Functional Observer:
»Occupational Therapy







  C-CAT
(FO)








  C-CAT 2018 Overview & Update course







   OPTION OF:
1. C-CAT AMA4 Fundamentals and Case Workshop
OR
2. C-CAT Mental Behavioural Workshop Training


 

C-CAT (FO)

Functional
Observe




The successful C-CAT candidate will be required to provide the Examination Office with evidence of completion of continuing education in the field of independent medicolegal evaluations annually by the 31st December of each calendar year.

 

This includes:

  1. Completion of a minimum of 5 hours per calendar year of continuing education directly relating to relevant to the field of Catastrophic independent evaluations. This might include conference and/or webinar participation, research publication, or formal course work. Any other proposed educational activities will require review by the credentialing committee on special request and with full documentation.
  2.  All related clinical and legal topics are eligible. Any questions regarding eligibility should be forwarded to the C-CAT Examination Office in advance of completion of the session/course.

The C-CAT certification and designation is valid for a three (3) year period, following which the clinician must satisfy re-certification in accordance with the guidelines outlined in the C-CAT Examination Regulations.

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