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Clinical Negligence Conference London

  • 28 March 2019
  • The Royal Society of Medicine
  • 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • CPD accredited: 4.45 hours
  • £350 + VAT

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Clinical Negligence Conference March£350.00 + VAT

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Programme

10.00 Registration
10.15 Chair’s Introduction
Ian Cohen, Head of Clinical Negligence & Personal Injury, Simpson Millar LLP
10.30 Medico-Legal Issues in Cardiology
Misdiagnosis of heart attack; delay in adequate treatment of high blood pressure; failure to treat heart failure correctly; failure to manage arrhythmia appropriately.
Dr Robert Greebaum BSc (Hons) MD FRCP FACC FESC
Consultant Cardiologist, The Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust
Past President of The Section of Cardiology, The Royal Society of Medicine
11.10 Emerging Claims in Obstetrics
Exploring recent findings of babies being born with skull fractures following caesarean section
Professor Tim Draycott
Consultant Obstetrician, North Bristol Trust
PROMPT pioneer
11.50 Refreshments
12.10 Panel Discussion
Medico-Legal Professionals: Collision or Collaboration
Clinical Negligence Litigation requires two very different types of professionals to work together to secure the best outcome for the client.
Our panel will discuss how lawyers might better work with medical experts to ensure every client’s case is thoroughly investigated and comprehensively set out.
12.50 Lunch
13.50 Medico-legal Issues in General Surgery
Pre-op & non surgical, intra-operative & post operative issues
Mr Mark Duxbury
Consultant Hepatobiliary, Pancreatic & General Surgeon
Glasgow Royal Infirmary
14.30 Trauma Management and Pre-Hospital Care – high risk medicine
Dr Nick Crombie, Associate Medical Director
Consultant Trauma Anaesthetist
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham
15.10 Refreshments
15.30 Breast Cancer and delays in diagnosis
Mr William Allum

Consultant Surgeon
Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust
16.30 Close

Event Details

  • Thursday 28 March 2019, 10.00am-4.30pm
  • 4.45 CPD hours (APIL accredited)
  • The Royal Society of Medicine, London
  • £350 +VAT 
The Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
London, W1G 0AE United Kingdom
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Phone:
+44 (0)20 7290 2900
Website:
https://www.rsm.ac.uk/

By London Underground
The RSM is a ten minute walk from Oxford Circus (Victoria, Bakerloo and Central lines) and a five minute walk from Bond Street Station (Central and Jubilee lines).

Oxford Circus is a five minute tube journey from Victoria, five minutes from Marylebone and 12 minutes from King’s Cross St Pancras. From Waterloo, Bond Street is a five minute tube journey on the Jubilee line.

By bus
Nearest bus routes are: 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 23, 25, 30, 55, 73, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139, 159, 175, 189, 274, 390 and are all within walking distance to the RSM.

By car
RSM is in the congestion charging zone. Wimpole Street is a one-way street, approached from Henrietta Place.

Parking near the RSM
Car parks are located in Cavendish Square and Marylebone Lane, both five minutes walk away. For more information visit the City of Westminster website.

RSM members receive a discount off parking rates when using Cavendish Square Q-Park Car Park. Ask for a discount voucher (saving you 15%) from Domus reception or pre-book and save up to 50% on their usual rates via the members’ only part of our website.

By foot

1 Wimpole Street is located behind House of Fraser, off Oxford Street.

Chandos House is located off Cavendish Square, within a few minutes’ walk of the main RSM building.