Medical School Seminar 2021
Thursday 19 August 2021
Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)
Member: $200.00 AUD
Hilton Hotel, Brisbane
Registrations Open: 20th Jul 21 8:15 AM
Registrations Close: 18th Aug 21 5:00 PM
Places Available: 11
Success in personal injury litigation requires specialised knowledge of both the law and medicine. Practitioners need to understand not only the compensable injury itself, but also what is required to meet those injury-related needs and how past and future health conditions may interact.
At this half day Medical School seminar experienced medical professionals and barristers will discuss the intersection of law and medicine, and provide expert advice relevant to medical litigation cases.
The seminar includes four sessions and the speakers are:
- Dr Rodney Marsh, neuropsychiatrist and Associate Professor Cecilie Lander, neurologist
- Ross Crawford – Chair in Orthopaedic Research, Faculty of Engineering, School of Mech., Medical and Process Engineering, QUT
- Barrister Matt Forbes, Cedric Hampson Chambers
- Barrister Kathryn McMillan QC, Hemmant’s List
The seminar will end with a social networking function.
Book early to avoid missing out as places will be limited.
Thursday 19 August 2021
190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane
Access to Networking Reception
Electronic Version of Seminar Powerpoint post-event
Up to 2.5 CPD points
Dr Rodney Marsh, neuropsychiatrist
Associate Professor Cecilie Lander, neurologist
Functional Neurological Disorders an Organic and Psychological Perspective
Barrister Matt Forbes, Cedric Hampson Chambers
Ross Crawford – Chair in Orthopaedic Research, Faculty of Engineering, School of Mech., Medical and Process Engineering, QUT
Mitigating your loss and maximising damages in complex injury cases
Big data and the future of medicine
Barrister Kathryn McMillan QC, Hemmant’s List
|Complex issues of causation – finding the golden thread in the maze|
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- COVID-safe cleaning procedures and reinforcement of social distancing;
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02 9258 7700
Emmerson Toshack, Event Coordinator