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health law newsletter September 2015

23 September 2015
In our September health law news update, we cover:

  • The European Court of Human Rights decision to uphold the English Law on assisted dying
  • Redeployment pools and agency workers
  • Chief Coroner’s second annual report to the Lord Chancellor 2014 – 2015
  • Your local pharmacy to get access to your NHS medical records
  • The Law Commission proposals for deprivation of liberty
  • The Chief Coroner’s Guidance – what happens when findings of fact are disputed?
  • London sexual health clinic facing security breach

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training and events

12Nov

Learning from deaths: overcoming barriers to learning in order to reduce harm Exeter office

Exploring the barriers to successful implementation of the Learning from Deaths Guidance and a practical focus on what you can do within your organisation to help overcome those obstacles to successfully implement change and improve patient safety.

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28Nov

Mock Inquest Education centre, Royal Derby Hospital, Uttoxeter Road, Derby

Presided over by the Coroner for Derby & South Derbyshire, the mock inquest will be an accurate re-enactment of a real life inquest.

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Legal updates

EIDO healthcare consent review

Browne Jacobson are pleased to have worked in association with Eido to contribute to the Eido third edition Annual Consent Review including Supreme Court ruling in Montgomery, examine notable recent cases and discuss key learnings.

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Legal updates

First steps on the road to a new NHS bill

The Government announced in its Queen Speech its intention to bring forward measures to support and strengthen the NHS and that new laws will be taken forward to help implement the Long Term Plan.

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Upcoming webinars

Care Quality Commission and health & care regulatory update

Carl May-Smith will provide an update on CQC & Competitions & Markets Authority enforcement, a recent Tribunal decision on the registration of learning disability & autism services and the latest in CQC’s review of restraint, seclusion and segregation.

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Legal updates

Failure to cooperate with an inquest

The recent case involving Duncan Lawrence a clinical lead at Lancaster Lodge, a therapeutic community in South West London, highlights the importance of engaging with coroners and preparing well for any inquest.

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The content on this page is provided for the purposes of general interest and information. It contains only brief summaries of aspects of the subject matter and does not provide comprehensive statements of the law. It does not constitute legal advice and does not provide a substitute for it.

Simon Tait

Simon Tait

Partner and head of Health Advisory and Litigation

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