Resources

Resources offers access to your sections materials, including – past program videos, guides, links, etc. Included are Complimentary Archived Videos – past programs available free to Section members.

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Health Information and Privacy Law in Ontario

  • June 13, 2018

In Ontario, the collection, disclosure, and use of personal health information are governed by the Personal Health Information Protection Act, 20041

Health Law

Complimentary Archived Video

OBA Health Law Section Year-End Dinner

  • June 05, 2018

Following our award presentation, the Health Law Section is pleased to present this insightful program.

Health Law, Student Forum

Guides/Documents

The Regulation of Health Professionals and Professional Discipline

  • April 12, 2018

Interested in the regulation of health professionals in Ontario? This worksheet summarizes the different sources of law which regulate health professionals and it provides direct links to key pieces of legislation and information

Health Law

Complimentary Archived Video

OBA Health Law Section Year-End Dinner

  • June 13, 2017

Please join us on this special evening for the year-end dinner program of the Health Law Section when we present the OBA Susan Hilary Davidson Memorial Award for Excellence in Health Law to Mary Jane Dykeman, Dykeman & O’Brien LLP.

Health Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

Recent Developments in Summary Procedures

  • April 28, 2017

Join us as we focus on recent developments in summary judgment and summary disposition of cases in the context of medical malpractice actions, motor vehicle accidents, and other personal injury actions.

Health Law, Student Forum

Complimentary Archived Video

Medical Malpractice Trial 101 - Practical Strategies

  • April 12, 2016

Whether it is your first or your fiftieth medical malpractice trial, you can always benefit from key strategies that will help you win your next trial. Learn about the pros and cons of a jury versus a non-jury trial, considerations when physicians are witnesses, deciding when to take the lead at trial, and assessing whether last minute settlements are beneficial.

Health Law, Student Forum