Now what? How to advance complex files at the intersection of law and medicine

FREE for AAPP members; $20 for non-members


If you’ve ever experienced that ‘I’m not sure what to do next’ feeling when dealing with medical assessments, mark your calendar right now to participate in AAPP’s first educational webinar especially created for paralegals.

Don’t miss this unprecedented educational opportunity to enhance your knowledge and confidence with medical assessment files!

This customized, one-hour, down-to-earth webinar for paralegals will cover:

  • How to assess a new claim;
  • Purpose of medical assessments and when to use them;
  • Types of medical assessments:
    • IMEs (and Tele-Psych IMEs)
    • Certified Examinations
    • Functional Capacity Examinations
    • File Reviews
  • How medical experts are chosen;
  • What to look for in an IME provider.

Dr. Hodkinson spends much of his day on the phone discussing medical matters with clients as a value-added service of Western Medical Assessments. He oversees all aspects of quality assurance to ensure that every WMA report offers objective, evidence-based clarity.

You will be sure to enjoy Dr. Hodkinson’s medical wisdom, intellectual honesty and irreverent wit! 

FEATURING 

Dr. Roger Hodkinson

CEO & Medical Director,

Western Medical Assessments


About our Speaker

Our presenter will be Dr. Roger Hodkinson, CEO and Medical Director of Western Medical Assessments in Edmonton. Dr. Hodkinson is widely regarded as one of Canada’s foremost authorities on medical assessments. In fact, he has personally reviewed more than 67,000 medical reports, likely more than anyone in Canada.

Dr. Roger Hodkinson has a long and distinguished career as a physician specialist, teacher, public health advocate and successful medical entrepreneur. Here are three quick insights about Dr. Hodkinson:

  • He is a graduate of Cambridge University in the UK, one of the world’s renowned medical schools;
  • He is a Royal College-certified specialist in pathology, and has held a number of leadership positions in organized medicine, both provincially and nationally;
  • He was Chairman of ASH — Action on Smoking and Health (Alberta) — for many years, and he was recognized as Edmonton Citizen of the Year in 1996 for his relentless pursuit of tobacco-free lifestyles;

 

Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Event Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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