Scientific Webinar “The impact of COVID-19 on the Medico Legal Environment.”
Meeting Recording (Available to view until 30 June 2020). After this time please contact Executive@medicolegal.org.au. Access Password: Covid-19
Scientific Meeting – Defamation and Social Media
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Networking Cocktails ‘Concussion in Sport’ 29th October 2019
‘Low value’ and ‘inappropriate’ medical care – what is the difference and how widespread is it?’ 18th September 2019
Assisted Dying, 14 November 2018
‘My Health Record’, 30 October 2018
‘Media & Medicine’, 19 September 2018
Click here for a video on the Mackenzie Casellar story. Sophie Scott is an investigative health reporter and keen to hear about story ideas. Get in contact email@example.com or follow her on Twitter and Instagram @sophiescott2
Prescription overdoses – drugs of addiction’, 06 June 2018
‘Human error or criminal culpability? The line is blurring’, 11 April 2018
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‘Complaints against doctors are on the rise! Why are patients complaining and what can you do’, 14 March 2018
Pitfalls of an Expert
‘Navigating privacy in the healthcare sector’ Q&A Panel Discussion
‘missing body murders, forensic profiling’
Professor Bob Peckitt, Consultant Forensic Psychiatrist and Forensic Physician visiting from Britain.
Please click here for the photo gallery from the event.
Please note that as Prof Peckitt doesn’t own the copyright to most of the pictures, they can only be used for teaching and these slides are shared only with delegates for academic study, and for the purpose of publication.
Medical Cannabis – Are they just blowing smoke?
Pushing the limits of parenthood: law and practice around gamete donation and surrogacy
Patient Centred Care and Patient Advocacy – Strengths and Weaknesses
The Case for Sham Surgery
Clinical Governance and Patient Safety for NSW Health Services
Fitness to Practice Medicine – Have we got the balance right?
Are Catastrophphes in Mental Health Foreseeable?
Contact Sport: Watch your Head Legal Exposures for Doctors of Concussion Injuries in Sport
Ageing in the Professions
Diagnostice Systems Manual (DMS5) – Is Everybody Diagnosable?
Mandatory Reporting – A Hypothetical
The National Disability Insurance Scheme
Public Protection – Therapeutic Agents. What are the standards?
- Wrongful birth, wrongful life
- Hepatitis C
- Bias in the expert witness – Understanding medical error (November 2003)
- Reducing adverse outcomes (June 2003)
- Reasonable prospect of success (March 2003)
- Economy class syndrome (November 2002)
- A medically supervised injection centre (September 2002)
- Criminal profiling – a psychiatric confession (June 2002)
- The right to maintain silence (March 2002)
- Corporatisation of the medical profession (November 2001)
- Patenting of medical procedures (September 2001)
- Reliability of the expert witness (June 2001)
- Withdrawing and withholding treatment (March 2001)
- Junk science: Medicine and the law (November 2000)
- The Health Insurance Act – Medicare investigations (June 2000)
- The new professional negligence list (March 2000)
- Competition law, policy and the medical profession (November 1999)
- Evolving perspectives in professional sexual misconduct cases (September 1999)
- Expert evidence (June 1999)
- The sale of professional standards (March 1999)
- The Belanglo enigma (November 1998)
- Child sexual abuse (September 1998)
- Causation (June 1998)
- Restructuring Australia’s Health Care (March 1998)
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Please note that views of the speakers do not necessarily represent the views of the Society or their members.