Healthcare Records on Trial
Would Your Records Stand up to Scrutiny?
5th November 2020
Online via MS Teams
Lecturer: Catherine Brown
Catherine is a qualified barrister with 14 years’ experience of civil law practice. Catherine specialised in personal injury, industrial disease and clinical negligence matters. She has had extensive experience of witness handling at trial, with both expert and lay witnesses. As one of the Bond Solon’s lead trainer, Catherine regularly delivers healthcare records on trial courses to health clients and Witness Familiarisation sessions for lay and expert witnesses.
This course will analyse and explain the accountability of the Healthcare Professional, and different ways in which records will be scrutinised. Clinical professional and legal requirements which apply to record keeping will be considered. Common errors in record keeping will be highlighted through trainer led discussions and consideration of real case studies.
Key Learning Points:
- Understanding records as an integral part of professional care.
- Appreciating how the professional is held to account for their practice and records.
- Considering how records will be scrutinised.
- Applying best practice principles to ensure records will stand up to scrutiny.
- Identifying key factors in ensuring safe use of shared care records.
- Considering the use of electronic records.
- Analysing the implications of NHS Care Records Service.
- Complying with Care Record Guarantees in practice.
- Identifying common mistakes.
“My note keeping will never be the same again”
CPD certificate of attendance awarded: 7 hours.
Limited funded places may be available for AHPs & Nurses working for the NHS within the East Midlands.