AvMA - Human Rights and its Application in Healthcare

Date: Wednesday 25 January 2017

Time: 09:45 - 17:00

Location: No.1 America Square, 17 Crosswall, London EC3N 2LB

Venue: America Square Conference Centre

Speakers: Kate Beattie, Nick Brown, Theo Huckle QC, and many more

Doughty Street Chambers is pleased to sponsor the Action Against Medical Accidents 'Human Rights and its Application in Healthcare' conference.

 

To attend please register here.

 

The Human Rights Act 1998 sets out the fundamental rights and freedoms that everyone in the UK is entitled to, therefore impacting on aspects of healthcare provision, end of life and mental health issues.

 

At the end of this conference, you will understand how to apply the Human Rights Act and its relevant articles to healthcare practice and clinical negligence cases. Fatal accident claims, the inquest process, end of life issues, withdrawal of treatment and mental health detentions will all be examined. You will also understand how to challenge decisions using the Human Rights Act, as well as recognise the impact of Brexit on the HRA, the possible introduction of a British Bill of Rights and how this might affect patient safety and access to justice.

 

Click to view the full programme.

 

Booking Fees:

Fees for paying at the time of booking:  

  • AvMA Lawyers’ Service members rate  £255 + VAT = £306 per person
  • AvMA Lawyers’ Service junior rate* £205 + VAT = £246 per person
  • Private Sector / Standard rate £355 + VAT = £426 per person
  • Private Sector / Standard  junior rate* £305 + VAT = £366 per person

 

Fees for paying by invoice, with payment due within 30 days or by the date of the event (whichever is earlier):

  • Add 15% to the fees above.

 

*Discounted rate for junior solicitors and barristers available to those of 3 years PQE or less.

Multiple booking discount:  

  • A further multiple booking discount of 15% applies when you book 3 or more delegates from the same organisation at the same time.

 

To attend please register here.

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