The Axiom clinical liability seminar will provide an update on all of the key medico-legal developments of the past year, including the perennial issue of consent, under reference to the eagerly awaited decision in the Mesh litigation. The programme for the event, chaired by Roddy Dunlop QC, will be as follows:
4:15pm Welcome, coffee and tea
4:30pm John MacGregor, Advocate
5:00pm Jane McEachran, Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery
5.30pm Helen Watts, Advocate
6:00pm Wine and canapés
John MacGregor, Advocate
Regulation of Doctors: Bawa-Garba v GMC
John MacGregor will provide an update on the case of Bawa-Garba v GMC and its implications for the future regulation of medical practitioners. The case raises important issues in relation to how the law should balance the need to hold medics to account for mistakes against the wider desire to promote an open culture within the health professions.
Jane McEachran, Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery
Consent from the Surgeon’s Perspective
Jane McEachan, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic surgeon, will discuss consent from the surgeon’s perspective, in both the elective and emergency settings.
Helen Watts, Advocate
Clinical Liability update
Helen Watts will provide an update on the key developments in clinical liability litigation over the past year. Topics will include the Mesh judgement, how the new FAI rules are working from a practitioner’s perspective, the Darnley case in the Supreme Court, and a round up of other recent important decisions.
This event is open to practising solicitors, is free of charge, and is eligible for CPD.
Please be aware that space is limited and places may have to be allocated on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. If after booking you subsequently cannot attend, please do let us know in order to avoid disappointment for others.
Full details of the seminar can be found at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/axiom-advocates-clinical-liability-seminar-tickets-45756346464.
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