Upcoming events

1. Slater and Gordon Spring Function for health practitioners 2. Medical Indemnity Association of Australia Annual Forum
When: Wednesday 28 October
6:30pm for 7pm startWhere: Ashfield Civic Centre
260 Liverpool Road, Ashfield
Canapes and drinks will be served.Topics:

  • Family Violence
  • Issues of Capacity
  • Privacy and Confidentiality

Please RSVP by Friday 16th October
Phone: Nada Kocoska – 9799 5611
RSVP HERE

A journey through Healthcareh: Ethics, Medicine and Emerging Risks

When: 22-23 October 2015
Where: Pullman Hyde Park Hotel, Sydney

Slater and Gordon Medical Lawyer, Bill Madden will be presenting a paper on Medico-legal challenges facing future doctors at the Conference.

See full program of the Conference.

About this website

The information within this website has been provided by Slater and Gordon Lawyers to assist Health Professionals in working with their patients where legal issues may impact on assessment and treatment planning and provision. We hope that a better understanding of some common legal issues will result in timely and informed communication and a better outcome for both Health Professionals and Patients.

We provide a comprehensive legal education program covering a wide range of medico-legal topics, specially developed to assist health practitioners improve the outcomes for their patients and minimise risk and inconvenience in their practice.

Many of these seminars have received CDP accreditation points through Medicare Locals.

For more information please email sglectures@slatergordon.com.au or call 02 8267 0678.

SLATER AND GORDON HEALTH AND LAW GENERAL DISCLAIMER & USER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT:
In accessing the legal information provided on this website, you acknowledge that you are not receiving legal advice from Slater and Gordon. This website provides general legal information in relation to the types of legal issues that can be faced by health professionals or their patients. This is not the same as legal advice. One key difference is that the legal information provided is general in nature and not specific to your situation. If you are unsure about your legal rights, Slater and Gordon recommends that you should consult a lawyer for legal advice in relation to your particular situation before taking any action that might prejudice your or your patient’s legal rights.