Do you have what you need to advise on the complex legal issues facing elderly clients?
In long-term care, retirement and community settings, residents have certain rights related to their personal health information. When they become incapable, their substitute decision-maker(s) may use their information to support the residents’ care and can consent to its collection, use and disclosure. Conflicts sometimes arise between substitute decision-makers and the resident’s other family members and friends.
This session will provide an update on new developments in this area, and will also include a brief primer on the Personal Health Information Protection Act and its application. Other topics include:
This webinar is part of the Best Practices and Practical Realities: The Osgoode Elder Law Webinar Series.
Please note that the group discount is only available when paying for members of the same organization, at the same time, and payment is made with one invoice.
2-3 delegates: 25% off program fee
4-10 delegates: 30% off program fee
11+ delegates: 35% off program fee
Boardroom rates available.
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