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Shree Bhalerao

Director, Medical Psychiatry

St. Michael's Hospital

HQ Phone:  (416) 360-4000

Direct Phone: (416) ***-**** ext. ****direct phone

Email: b***@***.ca

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St. Michael's Hospital

30 Bond St.

Toronto, Ontario,M5B 1W8

Canada

Company Description

St. Michael's Hospital provides compassionate care to all who enter its doors. The hospital also provides outstanding medical education to future health care professionals in more than 23 academic disciplines. Critical care and trauma, heart disease, neurosurg...more

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Employment History

Associate Professor

University of Toronto


Psychiatrist

Bizarre Psych News


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Court says hospital wrong giving antipsychotics without consent | Seniors at Risk

www.seniorsatrisk.org [cached]

In January 2010, Amy Anten went to the CCB asking them to stop Dr. Shree Bhalerao, the St. Michael's Hospital doctor who apparently authorized the secret administration of the drug, from exerting his will against her wishes.
Bhalerao] offered no evidence of any benefit." In his testimony, Dr. Shree Bhalerao, director of medical psychiatry at St. Michael's Hospital, stated there was "a fair amount of collateral evidence" of Ms. Anten's mental illness from the "nursing home, the general internal medicine people, the social workers... as well as material in the [medical] chart from the nursing staff." Bhalerao] was so lacking in detail that it provided no basis upon which the Board [CCB] could make a reasonable decision." COURT SAYS HOSPITAL WRONG... In this CBC interview, Dr. Shree Bhalerao says the term "excited delirium" as applied to adverse reaction from tasering was ***INVENTED BY POLICE***.


www.seniorsatrisk.org

In January 2010, Amy Anten went to the CCB asking them to stop Dr. Shree Bhalerao, the St. Michael's Hospital doctor who apparently authorized the secret administration of the drug, from exerting his will against her wishes.
Bhalerao] offered no evidence of any benefit." In his testimony, Dr. Shree Bhalerao, director of medical psychiatry at St. Michael's Hospital, stated there was "a fair amount of collateral evidence" of Ms. Anten's mental illness from the "nursing home, the general internal medicine people, the social workers... as well as material in the [medical] chart from the nursing staff." Bhalerao] was so lacking in detail that it provided no basis upon which the Board [CCB] could make a reasonable decision." COURT SAYS HOSPITAL WRONG… In this CBC interview, Dr. Shree Bhalerao says the term "excited delirium" as applied to adverse reaction from tasering was ***INVENTED BY POLICE***.


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Shree Bhalerao, MD -- St. Michael's Hospital


www.seniorsatrisk.org

In January 2010, Amy Anten went to the CCB asking them to stop Dr. Shree Bhalerao, the St. Michael's Hospital doctor who apparently authorized the secret administration of the drug, from exerting his will against her wishes.
Bhalerao] offered no evidence of any benefit." In his testimony, Dr. Shree Bhalerao, director of medical psychiatry at St. Michael's Hospital, stated there was "a fair amount of collateral evidence" of Ms. Anten's mental illness from the "nursing home, the general internal medicine people, the social workers... as well as material in the [medical] chart from the nursing staff." Bhalerao] was so lacking in detail that it provided no basis upon which the Board [CCB] could make a reasonable decision." COURT SAYS HOSPITAL WRONG… In this CBC interview, Dr. Shree Bhalerao says the term "excited delirium" as applied to adverse reaction from tasering was ***INVENTED BY POLICE***. rb { COURT SAYS HOSPITAL WRONG… In this CBC interview, Dr. Shree Bhalerao says the term "excited delirium" as applied to adverse reaction from tasering was ***INVENTED... } - Aug 09, 11:27 AM rb { COURT SAYS HOSPITAL WRONG...


news.nationalpost.com

It finds that Dr. Shree Bhalerao, a psychiatrist at Saint Michael's Hospital, gave "confusing" testimony about his initial exam of her, and could not justify his decision to re-categorize her psychosis as schizophrenia, based on a sketchy history.
The court was particularly critical of his explanation that the medical team "tried our best to assure her that [her delusions about people attacking her] weren't happening, but again, I mean it's her word against ours and we tried our best to alleviate that by using that kind of floor [sic] of medications." Bhalerao] said that I was being given medicine before I even realized it. Bhalerao] offered no evidence of any benefit." Dr. Bhalerao's counsel declined to comment.


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