What must we tell the patient? Information disclosure and truth telling post Montgomery

 

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What must we tell the patient?

Information disclosure and truth telling post Montgomery

Diarise Thursday 12 October 2017 to hear Dr Tracey Elliott (LLB (Birmingham), LLM (UCL), PhD (QMUL), Barrister (Gray’s Inn)) speak at 18h00 at the next DEMLA meeting at Foot Anstey, Southernhay Gardens, Exeter.

Tracey Elliott is a Lecturer in Health Care Law at University of Leicester and academic consultant at 1 Crown Office Row. She joined the School of Law in 2010. After graduating from Birmingham University, and was called to the Bar and practised from 4 Paper Buildings and 9-12 Bell Yard, specialising in criminal litigation and advisory work and acting for both prosecution and defence and remains a (non-practising) door tenant at 9-12 Bell Yard. Tracey worked as a lecturer at Queen Mary University of London and as a visiting lecturer/teacher at City University, the University of Surrey, King’s College, London and the LSE and has lectured to the legal and medical professions and assisted with advocacy training at Gray’s Inn. She has also worked in Poland, lecturing to Polish judges, prosecutors and Ministry of Justice officials on the UK legal system. Her PhD thesis examined the development and use of the justification of necessity in medical law and her current research projects relate to the treatment and care of vulnerable adults and those who lack capacity. She has several publications to her name including an interesting one titled “Pursued by the ‘fat police’? The obesity ‘epidemic’ and the criminal law”, which is a chapter in A.M. Viens, J. Coggon and A. Kessel (eds.), Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice, CUP.

Event is accredited for Medical and Legal CPD.

To book click on events or email events@demla.org

Buffet from 17h30. Free to DEMLA members

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