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Upcoming events

Link to Clinical negligence in abnormal times: claims and blame in the time of COVID-19 event

Webinar

Clinical negligence in abnormal times: claims and blame in the time of COVID-19

Online webinar

Kennedys’ UK based healthcare team are delighted to be holding the fourth webinar of their annual healthcare webinar programme for 2021. Guest speaker – Andrew Post QC, Barrister at Hailsham Chambers Andrew Post QC undertakes clinical negligence, healthcare and disciplinary cases, and has particular expertise …

Link to Legal update event

Webinar

Legal update

Online webinar

Kennedys’ healthcare team are delighted to be holding the fourth seminar of our annual healthcare seminar programme for 2021: Legal update with guest speaker, Andrew Post QC, Barrister, Hailsham Chambers. Due to on-going COVID-19 restrictions, this seminar will be held as a webinar. Full details will …

Link to Clinical risk forum event

Webinar

Clinical risk forum

Online webinar

Join Capsticks at their forthcoming Clinical risk forum on 22 April. This will be a one-hour webinar especially for NHS trusts, focusing on the issues affecting our clients. Charlotte Rathbone (legal director) and Nadine Mansell (senior solicitor) will provide a practical overview of disclosure issues …

Link to Record keeping event

Webinar

Record keeping

Online webinar

In this free session Hempsons Associate Martyn Hughes will cover record keeping and the evidential importance of the records along with reflective practice. He will also explore the Montgomery case, which highlights the importance of informed consent including discussing and documenting all material risks before a …

Link to Causation event

Webinar

Causation

Online webinar

This is a 20 minute session delivered by Clyde & Co. This will cover the basics of causation in clinical negligence claims.  It will include the “But For” test, material contribution and Chester -v- Afshar.  We will go through practical examples of key causation principles.