Healthcare Law Training
The lawyers at RadcliffesLeBrasseur specialise in healthcare. We are therefore able to apply the relevant law based on our practical experience of providing solutions to our clients’ problems. Our advice is based on a close understanding of the healthcare sector.
As a result, we are often asked to speak at training events throughout the country, at Seminars and at Conferences.
We run our own training seminars at our offices but also travel to clients’ premises to run bespoke training sessions for their staff.
The health sector is often a fast moving and publicity sensitive business. Healthcare staff are faced with increasingly wide ranging and complex responsibilities. Training is essential to ensure that they are up to date.
RadcliffesLeBrasseur are able to bring the benefit of their experience in acting for health sector clients across the country to the training sessions that we deliver.
Examples of Training
RadcliffesLeBrasseur can provide training on all aspects of healthcare law. Examples of recent sessions include:
Mental Health Law – an introduction
An introductory course on the basic issues of Mental Health Law for junior doctors.
Annual Mental Health Law Update
A summary of the latest cases and commentary on the implications for practice
Defensive Note Taking
How best to maximise the best protection from good medical records
Mental Capacity Act
An introduction to the provisions of the Act and its implications for healthcare practitioners and providers
The legal requirements and pit falls to avoid
Employment Law for line managers
Essential basic employment law for the health service – the real "need to know" information.
Mental Health and CAMHS Services
A review of Mental Health Law as it impacts on children and adolescent services.
Advice on the implementation and effect of the transfer of undertakings regulations.
Consent to treatment
An explanation of the law relating to this difficult issue and practical advice on minimising risk.
Confidentiality and Data Protection
Detailed advice on the law relating to confidentiality in the medical field.
Inquests are an important part of risk management and a major trauma for staff involved. This lecture explains the law and procedures and provides practical advice in dealing with inquests.
An introduction to contract law for healthcare managers
Contracts are an important part of commercial life. They are often completed without proper understanding of the legal issues. This lecture will introduce managers to the core legal concepts and advise on traps for the unwary.
Harassment of healthcare workers
Attacks and harassment of healthcare workers is on the increase. This lecture sets out the legal parameters, and explains the steps that can be taken to prevent harassment including practical advice on risk management.
GP Partnership Agreements and disputes
Many GP Partnerships do not have proper partnership deeds. When dispute arises this can cause problems This lecture looks at the benefits of a Partnership Deed and how to deal with partnership disputes.
Witness Statements and how to give evidence
A practical seminar to equip witnesses to give evidence in Court.
A seminar covering the implementation of the deprivation of liberty safeguards.
Training for Mental Health Act Managers
A half day training session on the law as it relates to Mental Health Act Managers.
Eating Disorders – The Legal and Ethical Issues
The Legal issues that arise and how to deal with these
NHS Complaints procedure – Persistent and Vexatious Complaints
What can be done with vexatious complaints?
Ten Top Traps for Care Home Operators
A summary of some of the less obvious but important areas of operational risk and the potential legal implications.
How to avoid Litigation in the Recruitment Process
An interactive workshop on recruitment of staff in this developing area of law
Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace
Overview of the law on protected disclosures and how to handle them
Various workshops on difficult aspects of the law in this area.
Disciplinary and Grievance Procedures
Understanding the new procedure
S.117 Mental Health Act
The law and its implications in practice
Responding to Untoward Incidents
Practice guidance on the difficult issues that arise
For further information on our training sessions, please contact Andrew Parsons, Partner, at RadcliffesLeBrasseur contact: Andrew.Parsons@rlb-law.com; tel: 0207 227 7308
This briefing is for guidance purposes only. RadcliffesLeBrasseur accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any action taken or not taken in relation to this note and recommends that appropriate legal advice be taken having regard to a client's own particular circumstances.