Junior Skeleton Series 2019

6-9pm on 7th & 14th November at 7BR

7th November 

Dr. Shashank Gurjar – Anatomy and Physiology of the gastrointestinal system

Dr. Gregory Burke – “Commonly missed items on schedules of loss”

Ross Beaton – “Safety in mind: mental health care, suicide prevention, and its failures”

14th November  

Anne Henderson & Shazia Nazir – Anatomy and Physiology of the reproductive system

James Macdonald – “Running Consent Cases in Practice”

Rose Harvey-Sullivan – “Incapacitated clients: best interests, or reasonable necessity? Overlaps between the court of protection and civil proceedings”

Tickets are priced as follows (all prices quoted exclude VAT):

Price £15 per person per seminar. Buy 2 tickets to the same seminar for £25.

Price per webinar £15 per person or £25 for two people watching the same webinar (please note the webinar recording will be available for 6 months after the event).

To register your place at one, or both events please download and complete this form and return to RSVP@7br.co.uk

If you have any queries about these events please contact us.

Please note every effort will be made to adhere to the advertised programme but it may be necessary to substitute speakers at short notice due to court commitments or medical emergencies.

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