The fundamental features of a Clinical Negligence case requires a demonstration that negligence has occurred and harm has been caused. In a recent ruling Palmer v Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust  EWHC 2460 (QB) (15 September 2017) the judge was satisfied that there was a breach of duty by the Defendant, However he was not […]
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At our Winter Conference 2017 the MLACP are looking at various aspects of ‘securing’ your practice with a keynote speaker, Paul Davidson looking at the impact of Cyber Crime. In an interview prior to his talk, Paul discusses his concerns for healthcare professionals and why he thinks they are vulnerable. Health services in the UK […]
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‘Returning in a little more detail to whiplash, the MedCo reforms of course were rolled out on 6 April last year. From that date medical experts and medical reporting organisations (MROs) have had to be registered on the new MedCo Portal system if they want to provide initial medical reports in support of whiplash claims. […]