Medical errors are inevitable, multifactorial and complex.
Multiple parties participate in the process of addressing their consequences.
Often such steps are discussed in private.
This will be a unique event bringing you through an unfiltered honest tour behind these curtains.
We invite you to join our discussions and hear from key voices in this area,
including a special opportunity to hear from Dr. Barry Sawka who is open to share his personal experience.
Please extend this invitation to all your colleagues. Everyone is welcome and invited!
Looking forward to see you all there.
1200-1230 – Surviving a Practice Review – My Thoughts – Dr. Barry Sawka, Stratford General Hospital
1230-1315 – Communication and collaboration: Medical-legal implications in the lab – Drs. Eileen Bridges and Liisa Honey, CMPA
1315-1330 – Q&A
1330-1340 – Break
1340-1425 – Unprofessional Behaviour and Inaccurate Diagnoses – the Role of the Hospital Chief and MAC Chair – Dr. Simon Raphael, North York General Hospital
1425-1500 – The CPSO Complaints Process – Senior Counsel Carolyn Silver and Dr. Dave Finkelstein (Director of Complaints and Medical Advisor)
1500-1540 – The Role of External Consultant in Interpretative Quality Reviews – Dr. John Srigley, Trillium Health Partners
1540-1600 – Q&A / close
Anna Plotkin, MD, FRCPC
Department of Laboratory Medicine and Molecular Diagnostics
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
Director, Continuing Professional Development
Department of Laboratory Medicine & Pathobiology, University of Toronto
President, Ontario Association of Pathologists