In today’s health care environment, consent, capacity & substitute decision-making remain fundamental issues for those working in the area. As a health care professional or advisor, you face complex questions on these challenging concepts. Issues of informed consent, powers of attorney, capacity assessments, when to call the OPGT and preparing for a hearing before the CCB are matters you face on a routine basis, but the questions surrounding them seem far from “routine.”
Designed with direct feedback from those working on the front lines (nurses, allied health professionals, social workers etc…), this program was developed to provide you with the critical knowledge and practical strategies you need to confidently manage the risks and meet your obligations. You will hear about:
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What past attendees have said about OsgoodePD‘s Legal Guide to Consent, Capacity & Substitute Decision Making program…
“Excellent case review.”
Carole Park, Client Service Manager, South East Community Care Access Centre
“Well organized. Great topics.”
Jan Reynolds, Social Worker, Georgian Bay General Hospital
“I was grateful to hear from experienced professionals. I have learned a lot and plan to utilize skills and advice presented.”
“Strong presenters. Strong experience. Presented without excessive legalese.”