The annual series of medico-legal seminars, organised and hosted by 7BR, is now in its ninth year and once again the line-up of speakers boasts influential, leading practitioners in the medical and legal professions.
The series will run for six weeks every Thursday evening from 21st January – 25th February 2016. Each seminar is worth 3 CPD points, totalling 18 over the series, whilst providing valuable networking breaks and opportunities for discussion. Further details on the programme can be found below. If you would like more information or to discuss buying tickets at a group rate we’d be happy to speak to you; please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively you can purchase tickets directly from Eventbrite here. The seminars are also available via webinar for firms outside London, these tickets can be purchased separately here.
Week 1: Thursday 21st January – Neurointensive Care and Clinical Psychology
Leslie Keegan (chair), Dr Andy Eynon, Professor Paul Kennedy, Derek Sweeting QC
Week 2: Thursday 28th January – Orthopaedics (knees) and A & E
Deirdre Goodwin (chair), Mr Stephen Cannon, Dr Peta Longstaff, Peter Ellis
Week 3: Thursday 4th February – Neurosurgery and Neuroradiology
Hugh Preston QC (chair), Mr Nick Todd, Mr Andy Molyneux, Leslie Keegan
Week 4: Thursday 11th February – Plastic Surgery (facial, hand and reconstructive)
Richard Baker (chair), Mr Niall Kirkpatrick, Dr Ahmed Ahmed, Simon Wheatley
Week 5: Thursday 18th February – Neuropsychiatry and Obstetrics
Conor Dufficy (chair), Mr Jonathan Bird, Dr Rhona Mahony, Master Cook
Week 6: Thursday 25th February – Gastrointestinal Surgery and Midwifery
Adam Weitzman (chair), Professor Graeme Poston, Dr Brenda Ashcroft, Simeon Maskrey QC
Leslie Keegan is the founder and course organiser of 7BR’s Skeleton Series. As the member responsible for these seminars Leslie leads on sourcing knowledgable, well regarded professionals to speak at each event, providing coverage of a broad range of topical issues in the field of Clinical Negligence over the course of six weeks – an unmissable set of seminars for practitioners in this area.