Getting to CAT: Best Practices for Dealing with Adult Traumatic Brain Injury

Posted January 20, 2017

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Stacey Stevens, a personal injury lawyer and a partner with Thomson, Rogers, will be presenting, “Getting to CAT: Best Practices for Dealing with Adult TBI in the New SABS Regime”, to health care workers at the Hamilton Health Sciences Centre on Friday, January 27, 2017.

The Lunch and Learn is designed to help health care professionals working with catastrophically injured accident victims understand the GOS-E.

Stacey will provide a series of best practices to be followed in light of the recent changes to the catastrophic impairment definition ranging from the initial client interview to documenting and identifying the inherent flaws in the GOS-E and how they can be overcome.

Should you like more information or would like to arrange a presentation at your organisation, please feel free to contact Stacey Stevens at 416-868-3186.

Related Resources for Health Care Professionals dealing with Catastrophic Injured Accident Victims

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