I’m Kate Dewhirst.

I’m a lawyer who writes about legal issues affecting healthcare in Canada

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TIME Self-Assessment for lawyers

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What is the issue lawyers complain about the most? Time.

What should lawyers be thinking about? Time, sure.  How to be more efficient, productive, effective.

Money? Yes.

But what else?

What if we evaluated our success in four categories: Time, Impact, Money and Experiences. T.I.M.E.

Time and Money we already know and measure.

Impact relates to the contribution we are making for our clients.

Experiences relate to our learning, creative output and alignment with our values.

I coach lawyers to who want to live creative lives and expand the freedom in their time, impact, money and experiences. I help lawyers translate their billable hourly advice into scalable products that create multiple revenue streams without working more hours.

Take my free TIME Self-Assessment to gain some insight into your “success”.  Then email me to book a 20 minute Discovery Call to see if coaching is for you.


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Some of Kate’s recent and upcoming events

Team Privacy Training Events

February 1, 11, 12, 27, March 21

For Primary Care clinics and FHTs

Kate trains health professionals from many more primary care organizations how being privacy-respectful can improve therapeutic relationships. more details...

Resilience for Lawyers

February 6, 2019

with Sharon Duffy and the Law Society of Ontario

Legal coaching session getting your goals back on track. More details...

Primary care webinars: Discrimination & Privacy Update

February 7 and March 7, 2019, 12 noon

Part of Kate’s monthly webinar series.

Our February webinar is on avoiding claims of discrimination, and in March get an update on the latest privacy issues.

Full details of the 2019 webinar series and registration here.

Privacy Officer training

April 30 through June 4, 2019

Kate’s specialist training course for Privacy Officers in health organizations.

Open to all health Privacy Officers, as well as those hoping to become Privacy Officers. Full details and registration for Privacy Officer training next spring here...

Advanced Privacy Officer training

June 18, 2019

For experienced Privacy Officers within healthcare organisations.

This one day training course focuses on how to handle difficult privacy situations using real-life (but anonymized) case studies and role-play. Full details and registration here...

Free healthcare privacy webinar - ask me anything!

February 6, 2019 9-10am and
March 6, 2019 4-5pm

Free webinar - advance registration needed

Whether you're an experience privacy officer or new in the field, pick Kate’s brain for free for an hour, in this live webinar. No charge, but you’ll need to register in advance.

Kate Dewhirst Health Law

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