“It’s an indication of where our society is moving in Ontario with regards to this type of conduct,” Widner told the panel.
She pointed out that while Bill 87 has yet to become law, the panel still has the discretion now to revoke.
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Toronto psychiatrist Nagi Ghabbour may become the first physician in the province to have his licence yanked for becoming romantically involved with a former patient too soon after the end of the doctor-patient relationship.
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Should a psychiatrist who began dating his patient shortly after they stopped seeing each other professionally be allowed to keep his licence?
That’s the question before a discipline panel of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, which must determine if Toronto doctor Nagi Ghabbour should become the first physician in the province to have his licence yanked for becoming romantically involved with a former patient too soon after the end of the doctor-patient relationship.