Advocacy and Representation of Health Care Professionals
A recent court decision is concerning because of the way it chose not to interfere with a discipline committee’s sanction of a nurse who expressed criticisms on Facebook about her dying grandfather’s care in a Saskatchewan facility, Toronto health lawyer Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd tells AdvocateDaily.com.
I have had the good fortune of dealing with Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd for a health law issue over the past three years. Tracey was hired by myself and several colleagues with regards to a professional issue for which she provided timely, clear and insightful thoughts as to the direction we should be taking in the matter.
At no time did I feel Tracey was eager to engage nor afraid of pursuing the issue. On the contrary, I felt she provided an objective perspective and quite well thought through advice.
In summary, our dealings with Tracey have provided some personal relief from an otherwise stressful situation. I would highly recommend her services.
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