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YP March 9, 2020: Registration

Young Practitioners Anatomy Series – Part II

Hospital Privileges: Perspectives from MDs and Counsel
Monday, March 9, 2020 | 5:30 – 8:00pm
Twenty Toronto Street Conference and Events
 Salon 3 - 20 Toronto Street | Light Refreshments

Pursuant to the Public Hospitals Act, physicians can apply annually for appointment (or reappointment) to exercise privileges at a hospital. When a physician is denied hospital privileges, the physician’s rights to due process under the PHA and hospital by-laws are triggered. We will discuss how hospital privileges work, common issues for both hospitals and physicians, and what the process might look like when issues do arise.

PANELISTS:
Nada Nicola-Howorth, Partner, Lerners LLP
Nada has extensive experience representing physicians in civil actions and before regulatory and administrative bodies, including, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board, the Consent and Capacity Board, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal, and Hospital committees and boards. Nada has acted as counsel for physicians at inquests and in both jury and non-jury trials.

Dr. Maureen Shandling, Executive Vice President, Academic & Medical Affairs, Sinai Health
A practicing neurologist, Dr. Shandling has been a staff member of Mount Sinai Hospital and the University of Toronto since 1988. She has held numerous hospital portfolios including Medical Education, Physician Affairs, Diagnostic Imaging, Accreditation Lead, and Quality and Safety programs. She has leadership experience in clinical teaching, educational administration and research, and program development in quality and safety initiatives.

She is a Professor in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto where she served as Associate Dean, Student Admissions and Financial Services.

Paula Trattner, Partner, Osler
Paula began her career as both a civil and criminal litigator and became increasingly focused in the field of health law beyond the traditional advocacy sphere. She has represented doctors in medical malpractice and provided advice to physicians and other health care clients in a wide range of areas including risk management, privacy and professional practice reviews. As a member of the Health Industry Group, Paula continues to focus on these issues for hospitals and other health care clients, in both the public and private sector. She has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario as well as numerous administrative and statutory tribunals, including the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board, Hospital Board hearings, Medical Advisory Committee meetings and a variety of committees at Ontario’s regulated health professionals’ colleges. Paula is certified by the Law Society as a Specialist in Health Law. Paula completed her LL.M. (Health Law) in 2014.

Program Chair:  Rozmin Mediratta, Wise Health Law

*Young Practitioner: in practice for less than 5 years.  Student: attending a recognized law/medical school; bar admission course; articling student; intern; resident.  Retired: over 65 and fully retired

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