Collecting Evidence

Collecting Evidence

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Course Overview

The collection of evidence is crucial to the ultimate success or failure of any clinical negligence claim.

This course, delivered by experienced clinical negligence practitioner and lecturer Alison Joyce, will offer practitioners practical guidance on how to approach the investigation of a clinical negligence claim and will suggest hints and tips which you can use in practice to ensure success.

This course will consider the various sources of information available in clinical negligence claims including complaints documentation, incident and investigation reports and documentation prepared for the Coroner, and the methods through which this information can be obtained.

This course is aimed at those who are new to the field of clinical negligence work but will be equally suitable for those who have slightly more experience but who would like to refresh their skills and knowledge in this area.

What are the requirements?

  • Watch 1 hour recorded webinar

Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this course you will: • Understand the criteria when requesting records under the Data Protection Act and the Access to Health Records Act • Have considered the various forms of documentation available • Know which records to request and the process for doing so • Be aware of the retention periods when requesting documentation

What is the target audience?

  • Clinical negligence practitioners


About Instructor - Alison Joyce

Alison is a qualified solicitor with extensive experience in the fields of clinical negligence law, risk management and compliance. Alison has previously held two positions in the NHS; Claims Manager and Governance Leader, and now provides specialist advice on a consultancy basis to the healthcare sector and to law firms through her company A Joyce Compliance and Risk Ltd.

Course Curriculum

recorded webinars

  • Webinar


  • Price
  • £ 60