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Enriching Health Care Outcomes: Preparation for Consent and Capacity Board Hearings (The New Due Diligence)

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Tuesday, 25 February 2014 from 3:00 PM to 4:30 PM (EST)

Enriching Health Care Outcomes: Preparation for...

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
1-2 people from the same organization Ended $149.00 $0.00
3 or more from the same organization Ended $125.00 $0.00

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Description: This webinar will be a discussion of recent court decisions including Rasouli and their implications for patients, health professionals, and the health system. 

Outcome: Hassan Rasouli went into a Toronto hospital for brain surgery nearly three years ago, contracted an infection and has been in a coma ever since. His doctors wanted to take him off life support. The Rasouli family said no, believing there were signs of possible recovery. But medical professionals felt they should have the final say in end-of-life decisions. Whose life is it? The matter of Cuthbertson et al and Rasouli et al was heard at the Supreme Court of Canada on December 10, 2012. On October 18, 2013, the long awaited decision was released by the SCC, and this webinar deals with the meaning and implications of that decision..

Who this course is for: Health care providers; Physicians and nurses; Emergency care professionals; Hospital administrators; Nurses working in correctional services and mental health facilities; Complaint resolution specialists; Chaplains

Benefits of Attending this Webinar:

·         * Insights into the New Due Diligence or standard of care requirements in health care

·         * Perspectives on the moral and legal rights of patients, families, and consent care givers

·         * Special tools for professional health care staff working in health facilities within protective care or correctional settings

·         * Suggestions on best practice informed consent and capacity protocols within hospitals and non-traditional care facilities

·         * Appreciation of variation in legal authority and responsibility involving potential end of life treatments

This course is an unaccredited group learning activity as defined by the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Unaccredited group learning activities are included under Section 1: Group Learning (unaccredited activities) and qualify for .5 credits per hour.

Since these courses and webinars are unaccredited group learning activities and have not received any industry sponsorship, they can be recorded as unaccredited group learning activities within Section 1 of the MOC Program.

Pricing: $149 per registrant; $125 per person if three or more from one organization, including Pre-read material, access to Powerpoint slides and/or transcript afterwards.

Faciliator:

Mark Handelman, B.A., LL.B, MHSc (bioethics) 

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