Health Care Professionals
Ontario’s proposed Bill 87, the Protecting Patients Act, may have an unintended detrimental effect on health care because it could make some physicians self-protective and overly cautious in the way they deal with patients out of fear of losing their licence for sexual abuse, says Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd.
“This legislative change is completely unnecessary,” she tells AdvocateDaily.com.
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