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Jonathan Hand QC speaks at the AvMA (Not The) ACNC, sponsored by Outer Temple

Outer Temple is proud to sponsor the Action Against Medical Accidents (Not The) ACNC Online Event, a virtual alternative to their Annual Clinical Negligence Conference. Jonathan Hand QC will be speaking on Wrongful Birth Claims.

On the mornings of 29th and 30th April 2021, rather than a trip to Bournemouth for the 32nd Annual Clinical Negligence Conference (ACNC), you are invited to virtually join a collection of expert speakers at the second online ‘(Not the) ACNC’. The event will have an obstetrics theme and there will be a live Q&A with the speakers at the end of both mornings.

Wrongful Birth Claims

Jonathan Hand QC has been asked once again to join the event as a speaker. Jonathan joins Miles Taylor, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, to present on Wrongful Birth Claims, including the scope of these claims and some of the practical issues which arise. Their talk will be live-streamed on 29th April at 10.45am.

The Event

This talk is just one of the six specialist talks being live streamed which includes neonatology and the law, a general legal update, medical problems in pregnancy, impacted fetal head at C section, and the role of imaging in the diagnosis of Cerebral Palsy. There will also be welcome talks by AvMA and a live Q&A at the end of each day.

Watch the Live Stream

You can view the programme and register to watch Jonathan at the event here:
https://www.avma.org.uk/events/not-the-acnc-29-30-april-2021-online-event/

 

Find Out More

If you would  like to discuss Jonathan’s talk and his expertise in this area please contact Chris Rowe on +44 (0)20 7427 4911.

 

 

Events, Clinical Negligence, News 29 Apr, 2021

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