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Inspire MediLaw are delighted to invite you to our Clinical Negligence conference on Thursday 28 March 2019
- Feb 6, 2019
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Inspire MediLaw are delighted to invite you to our Clinical Negligence conference on Thursday 28 March 2019 at The Royal Society of Medicine, Chandos House, London.
Bringing together Medical and Legal experts.
Our Clinical Negligence conference will cover a range of issues relevant to litigation in the areas of cardiology, obstetrics, general surgery, trauma and pre-hospital care and breast cancer. The day will include a panel discussion and networking and cover refreshments and lunch.
This event offers claimant and defendant lawyers the opportunity to learn from leading consultants and medico-legal professionals with a view to enhancing their own medical knowledge in practice.
Clinical Negligence Conference
Thursday 28 March 2019, 10am-4.30pm
The Royal Society of Medicine, Chandos House, London
APIL Accredited for 4.45 hours
Chaired by Ian Cohen, Head of Clinical Negligence, Simpson Millar LLP
Medico-Legal issues in Cardiology: Dr Robert Greenbaum BSc (Hons) Consultant Cardiologist, The Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust and Past President of The Section Cardiology, The Royal Society of Medicine.
Emerging claims in Obstetrics: Exploring recent findings of babies being born with skull fractures following caesarean section - Professor Tim Draycott, Consultant Obstetrician, North Bristol NHS Trust and PROMPT pioneer.
Panel discussion - Medico-Legal Professionals: Collision or Collaboration - Mr Ian Cohen, Dr Robert Greenbaum, Mark Duxbury, Nick Crombie and William Allum.
Medico-Legal issues in General Surgery - Pre-op and non surgical, intra-operative and post-op issues - Mr Mark Duxbury, Consultant Hepatobilliary, Pancreatic & General Surgeon, Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
Trauma Management and pre-hospital care - high risk medicine - Dr Nick Crombie, Associate Medical Director, Consultant Trauma Anaesthetist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham.
Breast Cancer - delays in diagnosis and treatment - Mr William Allum, Consultant Surgeon, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, London.
Each topic will have plenty of time for Q&A and audience participation.
Speaker Profile of the Week
Professor Tim Draycott
Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Southmead Hospital, Bristol
Tim Draycott, MD, BSc, MBBS, FRCOG, is a Consultant at Southmead Hospital and the University of Bristol.
Professor Draycott trained in London and the south west of England with valuable time spent working in France, Sweden and South Africa. He has been a Consultant Obstetrician at Southmead Hospital since 2002 and a Health Foundation Improvement Science Fellow since 2012.
Over the last 14 years Tim has led the development of a new academic department in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at North Bristol that is now recognised as a world leading intrapartum and safety research centre.
Tim’s programme of work has been recognised by prizes from NHS Innovations, NICE, and the BMJ. Tim was also awarded Hospital Doctor of the Year for his intrapartum emergencies work. He has been recognised as a NHS Hero, and in 2014 he and the PROMPT team were awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Excellence, followed by the International Prize for Resilience in Healthcare in 2016.
Tim is the senior clinical advisor to NHS Resolution in the UK.
Tim is an elected member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Council representing members from America, Australasia and the Pacific Rim.
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