Law & Record Keeping (Implications for Practitioners)
5th March 2013
School of Healthcare Studies, Heath Park campus
Dawn Sparg email@example.com
The day has been designed for all medical & healthcare practitioners working in the NHS or in private practice.
Practitioners have an obligation to produce clear and concise documentation and records that will stand up under rigorous public legal scrutiny.
Legal documentation and record keeping are valuable because of the information contained and the information is only usable if it is correctly and legibly recorded in the first place.
Howard Thomas M.C.I.P.D.
Howard Thomas M.C.I.P.D. Howard has been teaching within a health care environment providing law based and personal effective study days for over 20 years and has delivered training in over 85% of healthcare authorities nationwide to 20,000 Medical and Health professionals across all disciplines. Howard has many years of experience in senior management, education, tribunal work, civil and criminal Law. He is a qualified F.E Teacher, Human Resource and Training Professional, Member of The Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development, Associated Lecturer at University of Central Lancashire Business School and registered with the British Psychological Society of competence in Occupational Testing.
Have an informed understanding of the commonly met legal issues that affect everyday practice and to be able to analyse the implications of poor documentation record keeping within a legal environment.