Giles Eyre and Stuart Mckechnie are delighted to be speaking at this year’s Faculty of Pain (FPM) Study Day taking place on Friday 5 June at the Royal College of Anaesthetists. Tickets are on sale now and the event is expected to be worth 5 CPD points. The training will centre on Medico-legal Issues in Pain Medicine and the programme includes:
Issues around consent, guidelines and judging standards of clinical practise
The medico-legal assessment of a patient in pain
Determinants of chronic pain in the long term: advising the court
Medico-legal pitfalls of clinical pain practice
How not to get sued
A master class in medicolegal report writing
Jumping into a blackhole: horror stories from expert witness work
Giles Eyre and Stuart McKechnie will be covering the last two talks on Medicolegal Report Writing and Expert Witness work respectively.
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