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Negligence in Gynaecology & Obstetrics Conference

  • 24 May 2018
  • Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin
  • 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
  • CPD accredited: 6 hours
  • £325 + VAT

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Programme

9.00 Registration
9.15 Chair’s Introduction
Simon Mills | Barrister | Law Library | Dublin
9.30 Fetal asphyxia and brain damage: diagnosis and treatment
Dr Jane Hawdon, Consultant Neonatologist, The Royal Free, London.
10.10 Common Negligent errors in obstetric cases
A Claimant Lawyer’s and Consultant Obstetrician’s perspective
Simon Mills, Barrister at Law Library, Mr Jonathan Ash, Consultant Obstetrician and Jane Ash, Midwife and Expert Witness both at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
11.00 Refreshments
11.20 Gynaecology procedures and pitfalls
Mr Christopher Mann, Consultant Gynaecologist, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.
12.00 Shoulder Dystocia and brachia-plexus injury
Miss Kara Dent, Consultant in Obstetrics and Clinical Director for Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Royal Derby Hospital.
12.40 Lunch
13.30 CTG interpretation and failure to act upon an abnormal CTG
Mr Jonathan Ash, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
14.10 Maternal injuries
Mr Rick Porter, Consultant Urogynaecologist, Bath Royal United Hospital, Bath.
14.50 Refreshments
15.10 A Midwifes Tale – Mismanagement of labour
Margaret Rogan, Consultant Midwife, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.
15.50 The medico-legal issues of vaginal mesh
Miss Michelle Fynes, Consultant Gynaecologist, St George’s Hospitals NHS Trust, London.
16.30 Close

Speakers

Simon Mills – Barrister, Law Library, Dublin. 

Dr Jane Hawdon – Consultant Neonatologist, The Royal Free, London.

Jane Ash, Midwife and Expert Witness, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.

Mr Christopher Mann, Consultant Gynaecologist, The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust.

Miss Kara Dent, Consultant in Obstetrics and Clinical Director for Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Royal Derby Hospital.

Mr Jonathan Ash, Consultant Obstetrician & Gynaecologist, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.

Mr Rick Porter, Consultant Urogynaecologist, Bath Royal United Hospital, Bath.

Margaret Rogan, Consultant Midwife, Belfast Health and Social Care Trust.

Miss Michelle Fynes, Consultant Gynaecologist, St George’s Hospitals NHS Trust, London

 


Event Details

  • Thursday 24 May 2018, 9am-4.30pm
  • CPD accredted – 6 hours
  • The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin
  • €370 
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There’s something very energising about waking up in the heart of such a well-loved city. The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel, Dublin boasts a prime city centre location, at the crossroads of Golden and Chancery lanes. Whether you have a busy day of meetings or some relaxed sightseeing planned, our close proximity to key locations in the city will help each day of your stay start with a bang. This means more time for you, when you choose Blu.

If you’re travelling on business, Dublin’s business district is just a 20-minute walk away. However, if you’re short on time, we will be happy to arrange transportation.

Public transport in Dublin

You can hop on the Light Rail Transit System (Luas) just 5 minutes from the hotel. This is a frequent train service that connects the city centre with the south and south-west suburbs of Dublin. It currently operates two lines – Red and Green. You can find more information about routes on the Luas website.

Dublin is also well-served by buses. There are 110 Dublin Bus routes that circulate the county. Services run from early morning ‘til late at night. Be sure to check the timetable online, as it is subject to change.

From city flights to Dublin bikes

If you need to catch a flight (or are flying in), Dublin International Airport is around a half-hour drive away, which makes at least one leg of your trip hassle-free.

If you’d like an up-close view of Dublin, the city is very pedestrian and bike-friendly, so is ideal for exploring on your own schedule.

Parking

If you plan on driving, there are 60 secure underground parking spaces available to hotel guests. Enter the car park via Ship Street. The following charges apply:

EUR 3,50/hour
EUR 15/per 24 hours (overnight resident guests)
EUR 15/per 12 hours (meeting, conference or event guests, 07:00 – 19:00)
EUR 20/per 24 hours (non-resident guests)