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The aim of DEMLA is to promote and share all aspects of medical and legal knowledge within a network of well respected professionals and students.

The aim of the Devon & Exeter Medico Legal Association (DEMLA) is to promote and share all aspects of medical and legal knowledge within a network of well respected professionals and students. DEMLA is also an excellent way to engage with professional colleagues and develop valuable contacts.

DEMLA hosts regular meetings and workshop forums throughout the year providing current and valuable insight into issues that may impact or effect how our members carry out their work or run their practice.

DEMLA is registered as a training provider , providing you and your colleagues with essential CPD/CME hours

4 Comments

  • Robert Morris

    Good morning
    I would be grateful if you could send me details of membership of DEMLA.
    I am a consultant Plastic Surgeon in Plymouth with a medicolegal practice.
    With kind regards
    Robert Morris

    • 9:07 am - 8th May 2015

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    • immiejay

      We would welcome you to join.

      Signup on our signup page signup page

      • 6:22 am - 5th October 2015

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  • Paul Baines

    Great to have the website. Having a little difficulty in navigating: firstly, as a current member where do I send this year’s subscription to? Secondly, I was planning on attending next Thursday’s meeting at Exeter University – do I still need to get a ticket for this or a member it isn’t necessary?

    • 8:33 pm - 7th October 2015

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    • immiejay

      Please post your cheque for the annual subscription to DEMLA or hand to treasurer at the next meeting.

      You can make a booking online and the system will ask you to sign in as only members can book online. If you do not have a password, request when signing in and the system will send you one and this can be changed on the membership page later.

      It should then be simple to make a booking. Look forward to seeing you at the meeting which covers a very topical area.

      • 3:24 am - 8th October 2015

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