Clinical negligence: brain tumours - Specialist training from Brain Injury Group
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Accredited by APIL Training (Litigator/Senior Litigator) This training day will provide delegates with an in-depth look at brain tumours including how they can be treated, neurosurgery, physical and psychological after effects and a legal update on quantum and causation issues in clinical negligence claims.

 Export to Your Calendar 03/03/2020
When: 03/03/2020
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Manchester M60 2D
United Kingdom
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Delegates at this course, previously held in London in 2017, commented:

  • Very informative and very committed doctors/speakers
  • Very interesting day on this specialist area. All presentations targeted well.
  • An excellent informative conference. Extremely helpful with clear and engaging topics delivered by impressive speakers

Who should attend? Clinical negligence lawyers (claimant and defendant), case managers, therapists, barristers and other health/social care professionals who support those who are affected by brain injury.

Programme

09.30 Welcome from the Chair

09.35 Causes of brain injury in clinical settings and a better understanding of these conditions John Goodden Consultant Neurosurgeon at Leeds General Infirmary will provide delegates with a medical perspective on the common causes of a brain injury in a clinical setting.

10.25 Misinterpretation of scans Daniel Birchall, Consultant Neuroradiologist, Neuroradiology Consulting will look at the misinterpretation of scans with case studies.

11.15 Refreshment break

11.35 Brain tumours – natural history and non-surgical treatment Martin English, Consultant Paediatric Neurooncologist will provide delegates with an overview of how a tumour develops and treatment available. He will also consider how delays in prognosis or mis-diagnosis will have an impact on the treatment that is available and therefore predicted outcomes.

12.25 Brain tumours - surgery John Goodden, Consultant Neurosurgeon at Leeds General Infirmary will provide a general overview of the principles of neurosurgery, decision making for treatment (surgery/approach/non-surgical treatments) and complications.

13.15 Lunch

14.00 After effects Robin Grant, Consultant Neurologist at Western General Hospital, Edinburgh will discuss the physical after effects of a brain tumour and will be joined by Dr James Tonks, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Haven Psychology who will look at the psychological after effects of a brain tumour.

15.00 Causation and quantum issues in clinical negligence Dr Simon Fox QC of Serjeants’ Inn will focus on: · Material contribution · Provisional damages · Life expectancy

15.50 Questions and Close from the Chair


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