Webinar - Review of the GMCs position of the charges of gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide
This one hour webinar will help you learn more about the current law of gross negligence manslaughter and culpable homicide. Explore what the implications are for you and the key recommendations proposed by Medical Protection.
Free for members, this webinar provides clarity on the changes Medical Protection has proposed to the legal and regulatory bodies. Dr Hendry and Dr Bradshaw also discuss key recommendations the GMC has made following its independent review which was published earlier this month.
During the broadcast you will have the opportunity to ask questions and discover what this means for you and consider how to protect yourself in daily practice.
Earn 1 hour of CPD
Dr Rob Hendry
Medical Director, Medical Protection
Rob studied medicine at Dundee University and graduated in 1981. By 1986 he was a partner in an urban teaching practice. This led to completing an MPhil in medical law and ethics, before joining Medical Protection to set up the Edinburgh Office in 2009.
Every day, he and his team of advisers take over 100 calls from doctors with queries in this key area. They also represent doctors who have complaints to their regulator, employers and others regarding this topic.
Dr Pallavi Bradshaw
Pallavi completed the Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) with commendation at the College of Law, Guildford in June 2010. She was granted Foundation Membership to the Faculty of Legal and Forensic Medicine, London in April 2013. Having gained an academic scholarship she has been awarded an Executive MBA with merit from Warwick Business School.
In her role as Medicolegal Consultant she supports and advises doctors internationally. She is also involved in developing MPS policy and engages with stakeholders and the media, regularly writing for and being quoted in trade and national press. She is Education Services Lead with responsibility for development and delivery of MPS’s risk management programmes in the Western Hemisphere.