Trauma Informed Lawyering, Part 3, with Lawyer Sonia Nijjar
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
3M ago
This month, on Inside Medical Malpractice, part three of a 4-part series on Trauma Informed Lawyering. Listen in as lawyer Sonia Nijjar, associate lawyer and director of business development and knowledge management at Neinstein Personal Injury Law Firm in Toronto tells us how dealing with medical malpractice clients at a very difficult time in their lives affect her.  Knowing how very wrong things can go in healthcare led to a hypervigilance during her own pregnancy and opened her eyes to significant challenges her clients experience when interacting with the healthcare system.  The ..read more
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Learn More About Lawyer Sonia Nijjar
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
3M ago
In this short, but highly personal episode, lawyer Sonia Nijjar tells us how she spends her time when she’s not working,  the challenge of Toronto winters, her life as a curious, independent child, her favorite foods, her all time favorite show, her greatest joy (her son!) and so much more. Learn what this intelligent, articulate lawyer would love to do if she weren’t lawyering.  Her strategy for happiness?  The balance of “not letting any part of me become all of me.” This is a great episode.  Don’t miss it ..read more
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SOGC Guideline No. 441 Update: Antenatal Fetal Health Surveillance with co-author Dr. Sharon Dore
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by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
4M ago
 This informative presentation features Dr. Sharon Dore, co-author of the guideline, past president of CAPWHN and Clinical Associate Professor at McMaster University. The goal of Guideline No. 441 is the early identification of potential fetal decompensation, allowing for interventions that support fetal well-being, or expedite delivery. This is in valuable information for doctors, nurses, midwives, educators, and lawyers.  ..read more
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Trauma Informed Lawyering (Part 1) with Olivia Scobie RSW, MSW, MA Sociology
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
4M ago
This month, on Inside Medical Malpractice, the first of a 4 part series on Trauma Informed Lawyering.  Whether you’re a lawyer, a healthcare provider, a family who has experienced medical trauma, or someone who knows some who has, I promise there is something valuable here. This series will focus on the personal and vicarious trauma experienced during pregnancy and birth. Listen in as Olivia Scobie, Co-Founder of the Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Training and Registered Social Worker starts with key phrases and terms, and learning how to recognize trauma in others and ourselves.  ..read more
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Trauma Informed Lawyering (Part 2) with Kara Hardin Former Lawyer, Psychotherapist, Mental Health Educator
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
5M ago
This month, on Inside Medical Malpractice, part two a 4-part series on Trauma Informed Lawyering. Listen in as Kara Hardin former lawyer, psychotherapist, mental health educator and co-owner of The Practice Lab talks about how our childhood search for safety, security, connection and belonging continue to shape our actions as adults.  Learn to notice how and when trauma response shows up and deciding how to move forward with compassion. There’s a fascinating discussion on how the ways we learn to survive as children, are the very things that can hold us back in adulthood.  Discover s ..read more
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Learn More About Olivia Scobie
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
6M ago
 In this short, but personal episode, Olivia Scobie offers fun and surprising insights into her pastimes, favourite food at an Egyptian brunch, the very particular music she dances to, the TV show “Naked and Afraid” and the alternate career path she might have chosen. Olivia shares two strategies for happiness (first of all, don’t focus on happiness) and offers her younger self some really heartfelt advice. Who is it that influenced Olivia the most and what do people must often get wrong about her? Listen and find out!  ..read more
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Trauma Informed Lawyering with Olivia Scobie RSW, MSW, MA Sociology
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
6M ago
This month, on Inside Medical Malpractice, the first of a 4 part series on Trauma Informed Lawyering.  Whether you’re a lawyer, a healthcare provider, a family who has experienced medical trauma, or someone who knows some who has, I promise there is something valuable here. This series will focus on the personal and vicarious trauma experienced during pregnancy and birth. Listen in as Olivia Scobie, Co-Founder of the Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Training and Registered Social Worker starts with key phrases and terms, and learning how to recognize trauma in others and ourselves.  ..read more
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Nurse on Trial. RaDonda Vaught Part 2. In Her Own Words.
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
7M ago
Here it is! Part 2 of the open and honest conversation with former Tennessee RN RaDonda Vaught. On March 25, 2022, a jury found RaDonda guilty of criminally negligent homicide for her part in a fatal medication error at Nashville’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center. If you haven’t heard part one of this conversation, go back and listen.  It opens on the fateful day RaDonda accidently injected a paralyzing drug into Charlene Murphey and ends with her tearful meeting of Mrs. Murphey’s grandson in the Tractor Supply Store. Part two picks up the story after the nursing board had completed ..read more
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A Fatal Medication Error in Tennessee. An Interview with RN RaDonda Vaught. Part 1.
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
7M ago
On this episode of ‘Inside Medical Malpractice’, an interview like you’ve never heard before.  Listen in as Chris Rokosh talks to former Registered Nurse RaDonda Vaught. On March 25, 2022, a jury found RaDonda guilty of criminally negligent homicide for her part in a fatal medication error at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Criminal prosecution of a nurse is rare, but it happened.  And, when things go wrong, it’s easier to talk about a bad nurse than to examine a flawed system.  RaDonda will tell us a story which, she says, is so much bigger than he ..read more
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A Fatal Medication Error in Tennessee. An Interview with RaDonda Vaught. Part 1.
Inside Medical Malpractice
by Chris Rokosh, President Connect Medical Legal Experts Inc.
7M ago
On this episode of ‘Inside Medical Malpractice’, an interview like you’ve never heard before.  Listen in as Chris Rokosh talks to former Registered Nurse RaDonda Vaught. On March 25, 2022, a jury found RaDonda guilty of criminally negligent homicide for her part in a fatal medication error at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Criminal prosecution of a nurse is rare, but it happened.  And, when things go wrong, it’s easier to talk about a bad nurse than to examine a flawed system.  RaDonda will tell us a story which, she says, is so much bigger than he ..read more
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