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A recent warning about the problems that can arise when oxytocin is used to induce labour will hopefully lead medical professionals to reconsider how the drug is used in Canadian hospitals, says Toronto medical malpractice lawyer Aleks Mladenovic. As the Edmonton Jounal reports, the Canadian Medical Protective Association (CMPA) reviewed 74 cases between 2002 and 2012 involving the administration of oxytocin during labour and found problems including "delays in detecting, appreciating and acting...

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Thomson, Rogers is pleased to support Spinal Cord Injury Ontario along with Real Artists Reaching Everyone (R.A.R.E.) Theatre Company in their presentation of Borne. A play featuring people with spinal cord injuries who share their own hilarious and heart-breaking stories and explore the myths and preconceptions about living with a disability. "The humanity and resilience of nine remarkable people comes shining through", "The message is one of hope" - TORONTO STAR Buy your BORNE Tickets here  

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Each year Canadian Legal Lexpert® Directory sends out a survey to all lawyers across the country asking who they would recommend as leaders in their respective field. Thomson, Rogers is happy to announce that ten of our lawyers have been selected as Leading Practitioners for 2014.   Congratulations to: Roger T. Beaman – Repeatedly Recommended in Property Development Craig Brown – Repeatedly Recommended in Plaintiff Personal Injury LitigationRichard C. Halpern – Most Frequently Recommended in...

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On June 18, 2014, the Community Head Injury Resource Services of Toronto (CHIRS) and Thomson, Rogers hosted the 14th Annual CardSharks+ brunch. The new holiday card was unveiled, and a great whoop of excitement was heard across Finch Ave. Originally, Scott Southwell of TR and Hedy Chandler of CHIRS looked at initiating a work program for those suffering head injuries and who had difficulty finding employment, hence the CardSharks+ program was conceived.     Accepting the accolades was Joseph...

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The Ontario Brain Injury Association, in collaboration with Thomson, Rogers, is pleased to announce the establishment of the Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation. The inaugural Awards of Excellence in Brain Injury Rehabilitation will be presented by the Ontario Brain Injury Association to those who have been selected by their peers as having provided exceptional service to the brain injury community in the following categories: Hospital Social Worker of the Year; Case Manager of the Year;...

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The Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST) would like everyone to spread the news about traumatic brain injury between June 1st to June 11th, 2014. To help spread awareness: print the 'Are You Aware' logo below take a 'selfie' post the selfie showing the logo to Twitter and/or Facebook together with the hashtag #areyouaware Visit www.areyouaware.ca for more information about brain injury.  

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In collaboration with the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA), we are pleased to announce that the Back to School conference will be held on Thursday, September 11, 2014 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Toronto. This year's conference will focus on "Emerging Technology & Its Impact on Rehabilitation". For more information about the conference along with a list of confirmed speakers click here.  

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