Our final clinical negligence event of 2019 will look in depth at Sepsis.
Delegates at our 2018 clinical negligence events commented:
- Excellent training on a very specific and relevant issue to our work
- Very interesting with excellent, knowledgable speakers
- Informative, interesting – very well run course. Experts were specialists in their field and made the seminar very interesting.
Who is the event for?
This event, designed for clinical negligence solicitors (claimant and defendant) may also be of interest to case managers and therapists, insurers, barristers, healthcare professionals and charities who support those affected by Sepsis.
Agenda for Clinical Negligence: Sepsis
Our Sepsis day will follow the same format as previous clinical negligence events, providing an overview of Sepsis, followed by sessions on breach of duty, causation and associated complications of Sepsis before finishing with a legal update.
– Overview of Sepsis
Professor Nigel Klein, Professor of Infectious Disease and Immunology at University College London will present an overview of sepsis including what it is, how it can be caused, how it is diagnosed and an overview of potential side effects.
– Breach of duty
This session will look at breaches of duty in relation to Sepsis which could give rise to a clinical negligence claim.
– Causation – medical perspective
Dr James Stone, Consultant Medical Microbiologist, Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will discuss causation issues which could give rise to a claim for clinical negligence.
– Associated complications
Following on from the overview of Sepsis at the start of the day, this extended session will provide a more specific look at the following associated complications:
- Orthopaedic issues – Patrick Laing, Consultant Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Surgeon
- Multi organ failure – Professor Nigel Klein, Professor of Infectious Disease
and Immunology, University College London
- Post Sepsis care – Carl Waldman, Intensive Care Medical Consultant, Royal Berkshire Hospital
– Charity view
Sepsis Trust will join us to speak about the work of the charity, specifically how they can support people affected by Sepsis. Sepsis Trust will be joined by a Sepsis survivor.
– Quantum in case resulting in death
Ben Collins QC, Old Square Chambers will provide a legal update on quantum in sepsis cases that have resulted in the claimants death.
Clinical Negligence: Sepsis training event pricing
Brain Injury Group member law firms qualify for ONE free place. Additional places available at the preferential rate of £95 + VAT
Case managers, therapists, healthcare professionals and charities £95 + VAT
All other delegates £190 + VAT
Price includes refreshments, lunch and course materials which will be available to download.
Accredited by APIL Training (5 hours Litigator/Senior Litigator)
For more information on Clinical Negligence: Sepsis
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Brain Injury Group brain injury Clinical Negligence: Sepsis training event Sponsors
With thanks to Nestor Partnership – sponsors of our 2019 brain injury training programme
Our partner in respect of financial and benefits advice is associate member, Nestor Partnership, an IFA that specialises in providing services to personal injury and clinical negligence legal practitioners and their clients.
With thanks to Independent Living Solutions for sponsoring this event
ILS are a leading independent case management and rehabilitation company supporting catastrophically injured children and adults nationally. Experienced in specialist areas including speech therapy, moving/handling, posture, physiotherapy, and nursing.
With thanks to Canaccord Genuity for hosting this event
A Global wealth management company, we’d like to thank Canaccord Genuity Wealth Management within the UK for hosting this event in their London offices.