Patient safety, litigation against doctors and gross negligence manslaughter

21 Apr '17

21 April 2017
8:30am – 5pm
Royal Society of Medicine
London, UK

Improving patient safety, by means of a reduction of medical errors, has been a major focus of attention over the past several years. This one-day meeting, will review progress to date and consider how further progress can be made. Speakers include Professor Sir Terence Stephenson, Chairman of the General Medical Council and Mr David Sellu, who went to prison on a charge of gross negligence manslaughter.

The ways and means of turning back the tide of litigation against doctors will be debated as well as the appropriateness of the use of criminal prosecution of surgeons for ‘gross negligence manslaughter’.

Address:
Royal Society of Medicine,
1 Wimpole Street,
Marylebone, London,
W1G 0AE

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