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Date(s) - 23/03/2023
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Consent and Capacity Issues & Older Adults – Part 2: Putting Knowledge into Practice
Join Jane Meadus, Health Lawyer at the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly, and Dr. Carole Cohen, Geriatric Psychiatrist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre for part two – a practical learning session for health care providers working in the community. Part two will build on the foundational principles shared in part one, with a focus on case-based group discussions and a framework to support clinical decision making.
Date: Thursday, March 23
Time: 9:00– 11:00 am (EST)
Location: Virtually on Zoom
In this practical learning session, you can expect to:
• Apply your understanding of consent and capacity legislation
• Develop a deeper understanding of consent and capacity as it applies to caring for older adults in the community living with complex health issues
• Learn a framework to support clinical decision making when complex consent and capacity scenarios arise
A few things to note:
• This learning opportunity is participatory and requires active engagement. We kindly ask that you only register if you are planning to attend as registration will be limited to support this type of learning environment
• If you were not part of the first Consent and Capacity Issues & Older Adults webinar on Nov. 7, 2022, please be sure to watch the recording in preparation for part two. The link will be provided in your registration confirmation details and can also be accessed here: Consent and Capacity Issues & Older Adults: Who decides? What do the laws say? – YouTube
This webinar is presented by the Oxford South West Frail Senior Strategy Working Group in partnership with the Alzheimer Society Southwest Partners and St. Joseph’s Health Care London.