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05/03/2017
CSME: IME Bootcamp March 5, 2017

 COMING UP EVENTS

CSME IME BOOTCAMP --- Enroll now for this full day comprehensive program designed especially for those wishing to practice in the field of independent medical evaluation. Participants will be provided with checklists and report outline samples along with much opportunity to interact with the faculty. Please note that this program will be limited to 25 participants

Sunday, March 5, 2017
Best Western Plus Lamplighter Inn & Conference Centre
591 Wellington Road. London, Ontario N6C 4R3

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • To learn the critical steps within in the IME administrative process
  • To conduct an IME using evidence-based best practices
  • To identify and apply relevant legal tests when formulating medicolegal opinions
  • To be aware of the importance of causal analysis in regards to liability
  • To prepare a quality medicolegal report that will stand the course of legal proceedings




THE CAT CAME BACK

A Definitive Workshop on Catastrophic Impairment Evaluation
Friday, March 31, 2017 & Saturday,  April 1, 2017
Chelsea Hotel - Toronto

The Canadian Society of Medical Evaluators (CSME) and the Canadian Academy of Psychologists in Disability Assessment (CAPDA) are pleased to announce this essential and collaborative two day Medico-Legal program whereby we will examine the latest in Catastrophic Impairment Rating Determination. Truly expert presenters will review an array of conceptual theories, techniques, strategies and application of evidence based clinical tools in the determination of a Catastrophic Impairment Rating. This non-partisan program is intended to move forward our ability to practice critically and mindfully in this ever more complex medical legal arena.


NEWSWORTHY

Denying catastrophic impairment status to Ontario auto claimant is not denying benefit: OIAA speaker

Source: Canadian Underwriters - February 8, 2017 by Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor
When an Ontario auto insurer notifies a claimant that he or she has not sustained a catastrophic impairment, that does not constitute the denial of a benefit for the purposes of the two-year limitation on filing a lawsuit, a lawyer warned claims professionals recently...to read the full article CLICK HERE


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