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15 October 2019

Virtual GP apps will revolutionise medical care and the medical negligence landscape

You may have seen a growing number of advertising campaigns for “virtual” GP applications (“apps”) on your daily commute. These apps offer patients the chance to arrange a video or telephone appointment with a GP. The patient can then book a face-to-face appointment if necessary. Some of the providers offer a free service because it qualifies for NHS funding. These apps bring about benefits but also risks and unanswered questions around liability and medical negligence.

Eurydice Cote

10 October 2019

The loneliness of the elderly and considering the need for ‘buddies’ as part of medical negligence claims

Earlier this week, I read Sue Perkins’ comments in Huffpost about her experiment of living in total isolation as part of Age UK’s campaign concerning loneliness in the elderly. The purpose of this experiment was to raise awareness of the very real problem we face in this country, regarding our elderly citizens living alone, with little to no real communication with the outside world.

Laura Sylvester

3 October 2019

Birth Injury Early Notification scheme

This month sees the NHS resolution publishing “The Early Notification scheme progress report” for year one of the scheme (2017 to 2018). 

The aim of the scheme is “to support the stated government priorities to halve the rate of stillbirth, neonatal death and brain injury and improve the safety of maternity care while also responding to the needs of families where clinical negligence is identified including through early admissions of liability where appropriate.”

Kate Rohde

3 October 2019

Jurisdictional Gateways in Personal Injury claims

Lady Christine Brownlie (Claimant) v Four Seasons Holdings Incorporated (Defendant) and FS Cairo (Nile Plaza) LLC (Proposed Defendant)

Terrence Donovan

30 September 2019

Sepsis Awareness Month 2019

September is Sepsis Awareness Month.  Sepsis is a condition that can have devastating consequences if not diagnosed and treated promptly, even when it occurs in adults or children who are usually well.   It is important, therefore, to raise awareness regarding sepsis with the general public and, crucially, within the medical profession.  

Suzanne Farg

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