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Perspectives for the Professions - January 2017: Case Summary: Test for Interim Conditions

by Field Law on

Scott v. College of Massage Therapists of BC, 2016 BCCA 180, allowing an appeal of the lower Court’s decision to quash an interim condition on practice. A massage therapist was the subject of a complaint that he had...more

Letters of Protection- A Hobson’s Choice for Patient, Doctor and Attorney A Personal Injury Lawyer/ Medical Practice...

by Andrew Rader on

A “Hobson’s Choice” is a choice that appears to give you more than one option, but in fact only offers one option. So it is with the Letter of Protection (LOP). You, the patient, doctor or attorney, think...more


by Paul Parks on

A recent report from Quality of Health Care in America puts to light the deviation between what is known to be good care in the hospital environment and the care that is actually received. This deviation in care is described...more


by Paul Parks on

It’s no secret among the medical community that there are patients whose only purpose is to find fault with everything the physician, nurse and health care team are doing. These patients are rarely seriously ill but want to...more


by Paul Parks on

The Patients’ Rights CoP establishes, among other things, a reporting requirement for all hospital deaths associated with the use of restraint or seclusion for behavior management (42 CFR § 482.13(f)(7)). The...more


by Paul Parks on

To estimate the national incidence of adverse events for hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries, assess the preventability of such events, and estimate associated costs to Medicare. BACKGROUND The term “adverse event”...more


by Paul Parks on


Proper Charting For Advanced Directives

by Paul Parks on

This article covers the importance of Advanced Directives. This is one of the single most important decisions that one can make during their life as it effects the way you want to be taken care of if you or a loved are faced...more

Articling student eyes litigation

by Omar Ha-Redeye on

The Lawyers Weekly does a profile on Omar Ha-Redeye....more

The Consequences of Medical Malpractice

by Rasansky Law Firm on

The consequences of medical malpractice are many and far reaching. This article discusses what the effect malpractice have and what to do if you or a loved one has been a victim of medical malpractice or medical negligence....more

Rasansky Law Firm- April Newsletter

by Rasansky Law Firm on

This is the April Newsletter for the Rasansky Law Firm. The Rasansky Law Firm is a prestigious personal injury and medical malpractice firm in Dallas, TX. For more information about the Rasansky Law Firm, READ THE...more

Rasansky Law Firm- March Newlsetter

by Rasansky Law Firm on

This is the March newsletter for the Rasansky Law Firm. Rasansky Law Firm is a prestigious personal injury firm based in Dallas, TX. If you would like to learn more about the firm, or it's practice areas, visit...more

Common Causes of Cerebral Palsy and When They Occur

by Rasansky Law Firm on

More than 800,000 people suffer from cerebral palsy in the United States alone. Cerebral palsy is a motor and nerve condition that can result in a number of physical and mental disabilities. When diagnosed with or faced...more

Advice for Parents : What To Look For In a Day Care Center?

by David Wolf on

Working parents have many challenge. One such challenge is to find a good day care center for their children while they are at work. ...more

Controversy Over Vaccines and Autism Continues

by David Wolf on

This past February, the United States Court of Federal Claims in Washington, DC handed down decisions in three test cases concerning childhood vaccinations and Autism. Their ruling was that vaccines, specifically the MMR...more

Of Motorcycles, Traumatic Brain Injury, Natasha Richardson, and My Younger Brother

by Gary E. Rosenberg, P.C. on

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) -- a blow to the head that disturbs the normal function of the brain -- occurs regularly in recreational and organized sports. About 200,000 persons suffer traumatic brain injury every year. While...more

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