For Ontario psychiatry residents and psychiatrists: prepare smarter for Ontario Consent and Capacity Board (CCB) hearings.
This program is designed to improve Ontario psychiatry resident physician preparedness for Ontario Consent and Capacity Board (CCB) Hearings. The self-directed module and use of the CCB Summary template can be integrated into psychiatry training programs throughout the province.
This e-learning activity is a form of self-study using enduring materials (e-learning modules) as defined by the Maintenance of Proficiency (Mainpro+®) Program of the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC). Self-study using e-learning modules is included under the Non-Certified Self-Learning credit category. Any non-certified activity is generally eligible for one non-certified credit per hour.
This e-learning activity is a form of self-study using enduring materials (e-learning modules) as defined by the Maintenance of Certification Program of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Self-study using e-learning modules is included as an example of a Section 2 activity. Reviewing enduring materials is generally valued at 0.5 credit per topic. However, additional research/self-study using the e-learning can also be submitted as Personal Learning Projects (PLPs) where you will earn two (2) credits per hour.
We estimate that this activity should take 1 hour.
The CCB Summary template has been prepared by the Consent and Capacity Board (the CCB) for use by physicians presenting before it. It is recommended as a useful tool for hearings and is intended to shorten and simplify the physician's oral presentation to the Board for hearings related to involuntary status or incapacity to consent to treatment.
The Consent and Capacity Board is an independent body created by the provincial government of Ontario. Their website has additional resources such as links to relevant legislation, forms, information sheets for patients and families, as well as video examples of mock hearings.
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