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The C-CAT program has been widely acknowledged as the leading program in Ontario uniquelystructured to cover all-important skills and legislation required for clinicians to participate in the Ontario Catastrophic Impairment determination process in accordance with the Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits Schedule (SABS). The program addresses the legislation from the perspective of all clinicians, including physical medicine, mental behavioural and allied health professionals. Our expert legal facilitators will also analyze recent case law and present upcoming trends and practical skills for clinicians preparing testimony relating to catastrophic cases.

The purpose of the C-CAT program is to harmonize and improve quality standards for competent, independent practice as a medical expert within the specific area of Ontario Catastrophic determinations. The program assesses the minimal competencies necessary to practice as a medical legal expert in this field. The program is intended to be complementary to national standards of competence within a specific health care specialty, and enhance the competent, ethical, and professional practice as a medicolegal expert. The C-CAT is not intended to replace any existing College or Board regulatory functions, but rather to augment those processes. The vision for the C-CAT is to be recognized as the standard of quality for medicolegal experts undertaking these evaluations in accordance with Ontario law.

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surveys the eight criteria listed in the SABS for motor vehicle accidents post June 1, 2016. It is designed for a wide range of professionals including lawyers, insurers, quality assurance personnel and assessors who conduct catastrophic determination examinations. This program will systematically review changes in all catastrophic criteria for post June 2016 motor vehicle accidents.

Aims to provide advanced in-depth training on how to actually undertake mental/behavioural and neurocognitive behavioural related examinations as it pertains to revised SABS catastrophic criteria of 4, 5, 7 and 8. It is designed for clinicians including psychiatrists, clinical and rehabilitation psychologists, neuropsychologists and occupational therapists that are seeking comprehensive training in the assessment of these specific aspects of the catastrophic determination purposes.

A second session provided a full training in the proficient use of the AMA Guides to the Evaluation of Permanent Impairment 4th Edition including modules covering the evaluation of the upper extremity, spine, lower extremity, central nervous system impairment and all other specialized elements. This course is designed for physical assessors who wish to gain expert skills in this area of CAT evaluations.

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