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Major Depressive Disorder: Navigating Perceived Cognitive Deficits in the Medicolegal Arena
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Major Depressive Disorder: Navigating Perceived Cognitive Deficits in the Medicolegal Arena

When: Wednesday, July 8, 2020
4:30-5:30 PM
Where: Webinar - Online Program
Contact: Albert
416 487 4040 or 888 672 9999

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This webinar is the third in a three part series addressing the mental health effects of COVID-19.

After a presentation of  research regarding perceived cognitive deficits in depressed individuals who have no measurable impairment, two prominent lawyers will discuss whether or not perceived impairment is compensable.


Sonya Dhillon, MA (PhD Candidate)
Laura Emmett, LLB
Fabio Longo Hon. BA, MA, LLB

Moderated by:
Dr. Rhonda Nemeth, Ph.D., C.Psych., Psychologist

Do you have a question about the impact of COVID-19? Send it to; we'll do our best to address as many as possible during the webinar. 

Register for one webinar at $40/50, or register for all three webinars in the series at $100/$130! 
Choose "all three webinars" as your attendee selection during registration. 
Can't attend all three live? No problem - we'll send you the recording after the webinar takes place. 

May 13 - COVID-19: Medical & Legal Implications for Physical & Mental Health (recorded webinar)

June 10 - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Amidst the Stress of the COVID-19 Pandemic (recorded webinar)

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