This intensive one-day course is aimed at addressing some of the practical implications of healthcare records for medical, health and social care professionals. It will help you to produce professional records which will enhance your credibility as a witness.
The day includes lectures on good record keeping and accountability. Key tips are given by a lawyer on effective witness presentation with practical exercises on how to produce first class records. Delegates experience realistic cross-examination in the witness box on healthcare records.
Are you aware of the implications of what you or your staff record?
The concept of accountability is one which is familiar to all professionals. While the term is in constant use, many would have problems defining Accountability. Each professional is, on a personal level, answerable and can be called to account for their professional conduct.
All professionals produce records in the course of their work which are regularly relied on as evidence in legal cases. All too often they fall short of required professional and evidential standards when examined in courts, inquests, tribunals and professional committees. This may have serious consequences for both you and your employer.