Webinar: The law and the surgical practice
- Free for members (£15 for non-members)
How can the law affect the surgical practice?
The laws have a far-reaching inﬂuence on surgical practice. Insight of legal issues is essential to all stages of the surgical career. Aimed at all career grades, our upcoming webinar will focus on helping you understand the various aspects and implications the law has in your surgical career.
Mr Leslie Hamilton, a past RCS Council member and Chair of the GMC independent review of gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide, will chair a panel of two experienced professionals in the medico-legal area.
The presentations will cover a range of topics about this vital strand of the surgical career and will be followed by a Q&A where you will get a chance to put your own questions to be discussed by the panel.
Why tune in?
With the increasing number of claims against doctors, having awareness of how legal systems govern some of the principles of the surgical profession can make all the difference to your career.
Our webinar will provide you the opportunity to update your knowledge of recent changes to regulations, and increase your skills needed to conduct best surgical practice within the legal constraints.
The informative session will include:
- the legal standard of practice
- GMC's Good Medical Practice and RCS Good Surgical Practice
Mr Leslie Hamilton (Panel chair): past RCS Council member and Chair of the GMC independent review of gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide
Ms Nicci Iacovou: vice chair of the RCS Patient and Lay Group (PLG)
Dr James Thorpe: Medicolegal Consultant at Medical Protection (MPS)
*This webinar is free for all RCS members and costs £15 for non-members. Please note that if you join as an affiliate member you will get free access to the webinar, plus free access to our future webinars and a range of other RCS events.
All the resources and the full recording of the webinar will be uploaded onto the website after the event.
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