• Our legal experts can present the training seminars at your premises or at a venue that suits your requirements and are flexible in terms of size of audience.  There are a range of topics as described below and each can be adapted to suit your clinical governance needs in specific medical or nursing disciplines.

    2019 Seminar topics include:

    • Witness Skills 1 (The basics of going to Court)
    • Witness Skills 2 (Advance theory of how Courts make decisions)
    • Record Keeping – The Legal Implications
    • What is New in Clinical Negligence 2019
    • Medical and Corporate Manslaughter – latest developments and the future
    • Patients’ Rights
    • The Duty of Candour – What is it, how does it apply to individuals and Trusts
    • Serious Incident Reporting – The Legal Implications
    • Coroners’ Courts 2019 – How to report and give evidence
    • Reporting and Certifying a Patient’s Death
    • Preventing Future Death Reports; legal significance and how to avoid
    • Mock Inquests (Adapted to a range of Medical Disciplines)
    • Clinical Governance 2019
    • Medical Treatment Declarations – Going to Court
    • Managing Pregnancies and the Law
    • Restraint and Deprivation of Liberty in an Acute Setting
    • Religious Objections to Treatment and the Law
    • End of Life Care and the Law
    • Human Organ and Tissue Donation
    • Consent to Treatment 2019 – latest cases and the future – adapted to each discipline
    • Doctors and Nurses Professional and Regulatory Update 2019
    • NHS Accountability in 2019
    • Mediating Clinical Disputes

    For more information please contact John Sheath or complete our online contact form and we shall get in touch.

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