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Unsafe Hospital Major Contributory Factor In Doctor's Manslaughter Conviction
It is exceptionally rare for a doctor to be convicted in a criminal court for gross negligence manslaughter which is why the case of Dr Bawa-Garba,
UK
28 Aug 2018
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NHS Mistakes Are Rare But Can Be Devastating
Data obtained via a Freedom of Information (FOI) request indicates the total cost of successful clinical claims closed (or settled as a PPO) ...
UK
23 Jul 2018
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Urgent Questions Over ‘Rough Surgery' Performed By Neurosurgeon
In case reminiscent of the suspension of Manu Nair, the consultant whose surgical techniques for treating men with prostate cancer were found to be inappropriate in some cases and harmful in others ...
UK
14 Mar 2018
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Lawyers Not To Blame For Spiralling Cost Of Negligence Claims
On Monday 5 February, Clare Foges, one of the regular feature writers for the Times wrote an excoriating piece on the compensation culture in response to a call from NHS leaders to the Justice Secretary ...
UK
16 Feb 2018
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