This course can be taken alone; however, it qualifies as an elective for the Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program. Electives must be taken within a four-year period after completing the core course; any courses taken prior to the core program will not count toward the certificate. Participants will need to either re-take those courses or select electives that they have not previously taken. The Concurrent Disorders Core Course must be taken first and then you will need to complete only electives (listed below):
This six-week course provides an understanding of key legal issues in mental health illness care in Ontario, in the context of clinical, ethical, organizational and systemic factors. Health care practitioners must be constantly mindful of their legal obligations—including admission, treatment, discharge and health records—in order to respond effectively to clients' rights and empower them to make their own health care decisions.
As a result of participation in this course, you will be able to:
Please note: This course requires you to use an internet browser, but the system does not support Microsoft Internet Explorer. Do not use that to access the course. Instead, use one of the following:
For more details, please read the browser and compatibility support page.
This course can be taken alone; however, it qualifies as an elective for the Concurrent Disorders Certificate Program.
University of Toronto
Course start and end dates: January 17 - February 27, 2022
Please select the link below to register:
Please review the cancellation policy.
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