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September 2020

AGM followed by Fraud and Fundamental Dishonesty in Clinical Negligence Claims

September 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Please note: this is a virtual meeting. The link will be emailed to members who advise they wish to attend, and to non-members on receipt of payment.

Mr David Callow, Barrister, 12 King’s Bench Walk

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October 2020

An Overview of the Medical Practitioners Tribunal

October 19 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Please note: this is a virtual meeting. The link will be emailed to members who advise they wish to attend, and to non-members on receipt of payment.

A Legally Qualified Chair of the MPT will give an insight into the work of the Tribunal which makes independent decisions about whether doctors are fit to practice.
Mr Simon Bond, Director of Bond Legal Ltd and Legally Qualified Chair, MPTS

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November 2020

Why Civility Saves Lives

November 30 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Please note: this is a virtual meeting. The link will be emailed to members who advise they wish to attend, and to non-members on receipt of payment.

Medicine is complex. Chris will present the emerging evidence around the impact of behaviour on clinical outcomes and what we might do to improve the chances of achieving excellence.
Dr Chris Turner, Consultant in Emergency Medicine, UHCW NHS Trust and Co-Founder of Civility Saves Lives

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January 2021

Assisted Dying Debate – Two Points of View

January 25, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Please note: this is a virtual meeting. The link will be emailed to members who advise they wish to attend, and to non-members on receipt of payment.

1) Why the present law is cruel and access to a dignified death is a human right for terminally ill people
How the suffering of a minority of patients is beyond the reach of even the best possible palliative care; the options available under the current law and what reform would look like.
Baroness Meacher, Crossbench Peer; Chair, Dignity in Dying and Vice Chair, APPG on Assisted Dying
2) The unintended consequences of licensing doctors to provide lethal drugs
A review of the evidence from those countries that have legalised physician assisted suicide and euthanasia and an explanation why such actions are not appropriate as part of medical services.
Baroness Finlay of Llandaff, Crossbench Peer and a Deputy Speaker; Professor of Palliative Medicine, Cardiff University; Director of Living and Dying Well

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February 2021

Bedwetting – A Hidden Menace

February 22, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Please note: this is a virtual meeting. The link will be emailed to members who advise they wish to attend, and to non-members on receipt of payment.

Bedwetting is a common condition in early childhood. If not timely managed it can lead to family dysfunction, and long-term psychological morbidities. Mostly due to bladder- brain incoordination, it can be a presentation secondary to some form of child abuse or emotional trauma for a minority.
Dr Kishor Tewary, Consultant Paediatrician, Spire & BMI Healthcare

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March 2021

The Cromford Taxi Murder

March 22, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Please note: this is a virtual meeting. The link will be emailed to members who advise they wish to attend, and to non-members on receipt of payment.

The murder trial of a man who murdered for fun and who, but for brilliant police detective work, would have got away with it. A view from the Bench.
Sir Alistair Macduff, Retired High Court Judge

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April 2021

Annual Dinner

April 23, 2021 @ 7:30 pm
Edgbaston Golf Club, Church Road
Birmingham, B15 3TB United Kingdom
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Annual Dinner Ticket 2021 Annual Diner Ticket £45.00 GBP

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