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Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)

3 October 2019

It’s officially 1 year until the arrival of Liberty Protection Safeguards (LPS) on 1 October 2020.

The fundamentals of the legislation will bring a clear change in roles and responsibilities, especially for NHS hospital Trusts, and for CCGs, as well as for care homes in particular and it is important to start thinking about this and preparing now. 

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Ben Troke

Ben Troke

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Ben Troke leads the firm’s national health and social care advisory and regulatory practice, and has a particular interest in health and social care law, especially Mental Capacity Act/ deprivation of liberty work.

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Mental health, capacity and deprivation of liberty case law update

We are pleased to invite you to our next webinar which will focus on updates on serious medical treatment cases and deprivation of liberty.

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Care Quality Commission and health & care regulatory update 7 November

Carl May-Smith provides an update on CQC & Competitions & Markets Authority enforcement.

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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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Upcoming webinars

The countdown to LPS has begun

We're pleased to invite you to our next webinar which will focus on LPS and what it means to you.

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