Law for Orthopaedic Surgeons - Avoiding Jeopardy
The deadline to book onto this course is 5pm Friday 30th April.
The delivery day will be on 16th June 2021. Pre-recorded material will be available for viewing 5th May 2021.
This is a course, structured by pre-recorded lectures available 6 weeks before the delivery day and a virtual delivery day of case-based discussions and Q&A, which provides broad coverage of the interface between law and the practice of orthopaedic surgery. It is specifically designed to highlight potential pitfalls in practice from the medico-legal perspective and to help steer surgeons away from potential jeopardy.
The course is aimed at consultants, SAS doctors and orthopaedic trainees who wish to gain knowledge of the elements of law which underpin various aspects of contemporary surgical practice. It includes:
- practical advice on how to approach giving evidence in legal proceedings such as coroner's court
- advice on practical measures to avoid jeopardy with employers, the courts and the regulator
- a full delivery day of live virtual case-based discussion talks with Q&A including a mock coroner's inquest
- pre-recorded material to be watched in advance, which will be available 6 weeks prior to the course delivery day
Faculty is comprised of experienced consultants in surgical specialties, all with extensive knowledge of law relating to surgery, practising barristers, coroners / assistant coroners and a representative from the Medical Protection Society.
The course is structured with a full delivery day of live virtual case-based discussion talks with Q&A including a mock coroner’s inquest, with pre-recorded lectures to be watched in advance, which will be available 6 weeks prior to course delivery day.
Please see below for the provisional delivery day schedule to be held on 16th June.
Law for Orthopaedic Surgeons - Avoiding Jeopardy: Provisional Delivery Day Schedule (Case-based Discussions and Q&A)
|0900-0915||Introduction (Simon Britten)|
|0915-1000||Consent (Simon Gregg-Smith)|
|1000-1045||Gross Negligence Manslaughter (Leslie Hamilton)|
|1100-1130||Dos and Don't in Court for Doctors (Leila Benyounes)|
|1130-1200||Patients who refuse blood transfusion on religious grounds (Simon Britten)|
|1200-1230||Introduction to Coronial Law (Anthony Howard)|
|1300-1430||Coronial Law and Coroner's Inquest (Anthony Howard and Faculty)|
|1445-1530||Clinical Negligence (Shyam Kumar)|
|1530-1600||Safe Social Media for Doctors (Heidi Mounsey)|
|1600-1610||Final remarks and close (Simon Britten and Faculty)|
The course fee is £200 for BOA members (£300 for non-members).
Fees are payable at the time of registration. Your place is only treated as confirmed once payment is received.
By booking onto this course you consent to:
- The use of your work/personal email to gain access to Microsoft Teams
- The use of Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and GoToWebinar for all communication and learning material needs.
Please note, sharing any of your own, or others, personal details in any of the above software/programmes is not permitted
Terms and Conditions: By booking onto this course you are confirming that you have read and agreed to the terms and conditions of the BOA Law for Orthopaedic Surgeons - Avoiding Jeopardy course.
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