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FIRESIDE CHAT WITH DR. DIRK HUYER, CHIEF CORONER FOR ONTARIO
Moderated by Dr. James Kovacs, MLST Past President
Wednesday, December 2 | 5:30-6:30 PM (ET)
Learn from experts in both the legal and medical professionals who will address the following topics:
- How the planning (and response) to the surge in COVID deaths differently from most other jurisdictions.
- The approach taken to ensure respectful and timely transfer of deceased persons into funeral service providers' care.
- Find out about the role of the Coroner, what it means for you as a medical or legal practitioner and the future outlook for Coroner investigations in Ontario.
- The role of the inquest and how we envision inquests evolving over time.
- Ontario’s Pandemic response, past present and future.
Eligible for up to 1 Substantive Hour LSO CPD Credits
WEBINAR FEE: Member $50.85 [$45.00 + $5.85 HST] | Non-Member $84.75 [$75.00 + $9.75 HST]
ANNUAL PROGRAM ON CAT DESIGNATION
Don’t CATch COVID, CATch up on CATastrophic Impairment
FEBRUARY 24, 2021 | 9:00 AM – 12:30 PM
(Subject to Change)
|9:05-9:25 AM||Top 5 PURR-iceless CAT Cases of 2020, Joseph Cescon, Partner, McLeish Orlando|
Don’t ‘pussyfoot’ Around with Assessments. Join us to learn about Virtual CAT Assessments!
|10:10-10:25 AM||Paws (Break)|
Paw-sible Payment of CAT Assessments II: Behavioural Boogaloo, Sven Mascarenhas, Gilbert Kirby Stringer LLP
Does Surveillance Really ‘Purr-suade’ Assessors?
What Qualifies a Medically Recognized ‘PAW-sitive’ Finding on Diagnostic Technology under Category 4?
Different Purr-spective: Virtual CAT assessments and Videoconferencing Hearings
|12:20-12:30 PM||Q&A | Closing Remarks|
This program is eligible for up to 3 Substantive Hours
REGISTRATION FEES: MEMBER NON-MEMBER
Regular: $282.50 ($250.00 + $32.50 (13% HST) $367.25 ($325.00 + $42.25 (13% HST)
Young Practitioner*: $141.25 ($125.00 + $16.25 (13% HST) $169.50 ($150.00 + $19.50 (13% HST)
Student*/ Retired: $ 73.45 ($ 65.00 + $ 8.45 (13% HST) $101.70 ($ 90.00 + $11.70 (13% HST)
*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