Saturday 29th June 2019 | 9am – 12pm | Mercure Hotel, Haydock | Dealing with Coroner’s and Inquests – From Fear to Fact for Healthcare Professionals. (PLL-DCI-001)
Date: Saturday 29th June 2019
Venue: Mercure Haydock Hotel, Penny Lane, Haydock, Saint Helens, WA11 9SG
Limited places available.
Target audience: GPs, Trainee GPST2/GPST3, Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Practice Nurses, Managers.
This course will empower clinicians by helping reduce their fear and anxiety through clarifying some of the misconceptions surrounding coroner’s inquests that our clinical colleagues and trainee GPST2/GPST3’s may have.
This course will achieve the above objectives and would include:
1. The role of the coroner.
2. The salient legislation that underpins the role of the coroner and the inquest process itself briefly.
3. Generic guidance on preparing a witness statement for the coroner.
4. Describing the day of the inquest and how to conduct oneself in court.
5. Provide suggestions as to how to provide evidence to the coroner.
6. Legal and regulatory ramifications for clinicians.
Tea/coffee and light bites will be available on the day.
Ceritifcates: Dealing with Coroner’s and Inquests – From Fear to Fact for Healthcare Professionals. (Total: 3 CPD points).
Speakers: Dealing with Coroner’s and Inquests – From Fear to Fact for Healthcare Professionals. – Dr Rajiv Manghnani
Fees: £75.00/person (Please email us for group booking discounts)
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We accept that unforeseen circumstances may arise which may require you to cancel the booking.
Those who give 7 days or less notice before the date of the course date will be subject to a 100% cancellation fee based on the cost for the event.
Those who give more than 7 days notice would get a full refund.