Archive for the ‘Resolution Matters’ category

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Case of note: Hooper v. Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Central London County Court 15 February 2019 – Judge Baucher)

Causation in stroke case Factual summary Mr Hooper, a self-employed businessman aged 50, felt unwell at work on 18 July 2011. He was taken home by a colleague and his wife called an ambulance. He was admitted to Basildon Hospital at 13.04. The attending doctor …

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Practitioner performance assessments and a review of our professional support and remediation service

Assessment service When organisations have concerns about individual doctors, dentists or pharmacists, our assessment service can help to clarify and understand their performance and to provide a developmental and sound basis upon which to bring the case towards a resolution. Following a review of our …

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Clinical negligence numbers steady, but rising costs remain a concern

Our Annual report and accounts 2018/19 published today shows the number of clinical negligence claims has remained relatively steady, despite rising activity in the NHS. Overall, claims are falling as a proportion of the number of treatment episodes. However the report highlights the concern around …

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Ambulance staff matter

NHS Resolution in collaboration with Weightmans and Hill Dickinson hosted a safety and learning event specifically for ambulance trusts. The purpose of the event was to focus on the safety and support of frontline ambulance staff including paramedics, technicians and call centre staff. There were …

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