Canadian provinces need patient charters of rights to help resolve concerns and complaints, an analysis in the Canadian Medical Association Journal says. Many countries including New Zealand, Norway, Finland, England and Israel have patient charters, Colleen Flood and Kathryn May of the University of Toronto’s faculty of law wrote.
We have settled in a space where bad stuff has to happen BEFORE we take preventative measures. Clearly our laws/political system of incentives are not sending the right signals. “Brace yourself. Ontario's next wave of COVID-19 is here, top doctor confirms” cbc.ca/news/canada/to…
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