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Osgoode Hall Law School Visiting Professor and AODA Alliance chair David Lepofsky's April 27, 2021 lecture on disability discrimination objections to the January 13, 2021 critical care triage protocol (https://www.aodaalliance.org/whats-ne...) that the Ontario Government sent to hospitals in case the COVID-19 pandemic overloaded hospitals, requiring rationing of critical care. This reviews the year long effort to ensure that people with disabilities don’t face disability discrimination if , critical care triage becomes necessary.
Lepofsky, David, "Disability Discrimination in Ontario Critical Care Triage Protocol" (2021). David Lepofsky Lectures on Advocating for Disability Rights. 23.