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InterContinental Yorkville, 220 Bloor Street West
9 May 2019

Reception, Dinner & Experts

Our evening will begin at 6:00pm with a reception. Guests will take their seats at 6:30pm for dinner, and our first speaker will take the podium. Following our first speaker, the first course will be served; each subsequent course will be interspersed with a guest speaker. 

We look forward to seeing you at this interesting, convivial and informative evening!

Topics and Experts for the Evening Include

‘Cannabis: A Forensic Update’
Dr. Michael Corbett, Forensic Toxicologist, Chemical Review Services, Inc.; Adjunct Professor, University of Ontario Institute of Technology; Instructor, University of Toronto Continuing Studies

‘Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada v CPSO’
Rahool Agarwal, Lax O’Sullivan Lisus Gottlied

‘Interim suspensions under the RHPA: An update on recent cases’
Rozmin Mediratta, Wise Health Law

Further topics & speakers to be announced

Program Chair
Valerie Wise, Wise Health Law

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Vantage Venues, 27th Floor, 150 King Street West, Toronto
13 June 2019

MLST Young Practitioners Evening
Anatomy of a CPSO complaint: Perspectives from MDs and Counsel

Thursday, June 13, 2019 | Vantage Venues, 150 King Street West, Toronto
5:30 - 8:00pm | Light refreshments will be served

In carrying out their mandate to protect and serve the public interest, the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario's (CPSO) investigates complaints made against physicians and conducts disciplinary hearings when physicians may have committed an act of professional misconduct – a process that can be challenging for physicians, and features complexities of which that counsel should be aware. 

This event will feature a panel discussion between experienced lawyers and physicians who are experts in medicolegal issues. An interactive discussion will provide young physicians and young lawyers with information about how CPSO proceedings work, what to expect, and strategies to successfully navigate the process.

Panelists

Carolyn Silver, Senior Legal Counsel, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario
Carolyn provides legal advice, prosecutes before the College’s Discipline Committee, and represents the College before other administrative tribunals and the Ontario Courts. She acted as counsel for the College at the Goudge Inquiry into Pediatric Forensic Pathology in Ontario. She represented Ontario on Canada’s national medical regulatory authority’s (FMRAC’s) working group on telemedicine, and assisted in developing the telemedicine policy for Ontario. Prior to her position at the College, Carolyn was a civil litigator with Goodmans LLP, and served as counsel to the Honorable Mr. Sydney L. Robins on the Robins Review.  She is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association, the Medico-Legal Society of Toronto and the Advocates Society.

 

Glynnis P. Burt, Counsel, Toronto Litigation Group, McCarthy Tétrault
Glynnis has had a broad range of litigation experience in the areas of health law, professional negligence, class actions, product liability, pharmaceutical patents and commercial litigation. Her practice currently focusses heavily on health law, principally in the area of administrative and regulatory proceedings. She has had extensive experience in the Superior Court of Ontario, as well as the Court of Appeal for Ontario and the Federal Court.  She also has considerable experience before various administrative tribunals. She has acted as a prosecutor before the Ontario College of Nurses and the Ontario College of Psychologists, as well as defence counsel to physicians before The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario. Glynnis is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Bar Association and the Advocates’ Society.

 

Dr. Amir Khoshbin, MD, MSc, FRCSC, Orthopaedic Surgeon, St. Michael’s Hospital; Assistant Professor, University of Toronto
Amir specializes in adult reconstructive surgery of the hip and knee, including minimally invasive Direct Anterior Hip Arthroplasty (DAA), primary & revision joint replacements, and complex lower extremity trauma.

He attended the University of Toronto for his undergraduate and medical education, and completed his residency at the UofT, where he was part of the Surgeon Scientist Program and received his Master of Science in clinical epidemiology. After residency, Amir completed an Orthopedic Trauma Association (OTA) fellowship in Trauma at Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston. Thereafter, he completed a second fellowship in Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City. Amir joined St. Michael’s Hospital as an attending Orthopaedic Surgeon and as an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto and is currently accepting new patients.

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MLST Young Practitioners Event Committee / Co-Chairs

  • Rozmin Mediratta, Wise Health Law
  • Valérie Lord, Howie, Sacks and Henry
  • Dr. Vincent Spilchuk, Occupational & Environmental Medicine, St. Michael’s Hospital