C-26, r. 113.01 - Code of ethics of occupational therapists

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61. Occupational therapists must refuse to release to clients information concerning them if such disclosure would likely reveal personal information concerning a third person or the existence of such information, and the disclosure could seriously harm that third person, unless the latter consents to the communication of the information or in the case of an emergency that threatens the life, health or safety of the person concerned.
O.C. 342-2015, s. 61.