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health training videos and webinar archive

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Independent review of the Mental Health Act: interim report summary webinar - May 2018

In this webinar Rebecca Fitzpatrick looked at the recently published interim report of the ongoing independent review of the Mental Health Act chaired by Sir Simon Wessely, former president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists

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Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty case law update webinar - May 2018

Ben Troke looks at covert medication, Deprivation of Liberty (DoL) in hospitals, parents' rights, DoL in the community, the new CHC framework, a brief update on the Law Commission proposals, as well as some discussion around recent headlines.

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How to implement GDPR for the health sector

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 25 May 2018. This will represent the biggest change in data protection law for 20 years. Healthcare organisations, including those within the NHS, store huge amounts of sensitive personal data and operate very much under the close scrutiny of the public eye.

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Serious medical treatment challenges case law update - October 2017

In this webinar Neil provides an update on recent case law in relation to medical treatment cases, in particular the Court of Appeal’s decision in Briggs and the withdrawal of treatment case of M v A Hospital.

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Lessons of Charlie Gard, serious medical treatment and the legal framework, case law update - July 2017

Becky Fitzpatrick looks at the sad case of Charlie Gard and the legal implications for the way medical treatment decisions are made - both for children and for incapacitous adults.

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Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty case law update, including 'N v A CCG' - April 2017

On 22 March, the Supreme Court handed down a much-anticipated judgment on N v A CCG on the relationship between resource allocation decisions and best interests.

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The Law Commission Report webinar - April 2017

On 13 March 2017 the Law Commission published its full report and recommendations, with a draft Bill, to radically reform the law on Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty. Mark Barnett discusses the recommendations and the practical impact in this webinar.

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Deprivation of liberty in an acute medical setting - webinar February 2017

In this webinar Ben summarises and considers the impact of the Court of Appeal landmark judgment in ‘Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London’ (26 January 2017). This judgment goes to the heart of the very controversial law on deprivation of liberty and its application in an acute medical setting.

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Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty case law update webinar - January 2017

Ben Troke looks at four recent cases covering the Relevant Persons Representative (RPR), end of life decisions, legal aid and s21A of the Mental Capacity Act, costs, best interests and resourcing

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Mental Capacity Act and Deprivation of Liberty case law and news update webinar - October 2016

This webinar focused on the issues of capacity and deprivation of liberty in planning discharge from acute inpatient settings, the part this can play in delayed transfers of care, and how to avoid this.

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