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As the flu season ramps up, pharmacy professionals shouldn’t become blasé to the fact that obtaining written patient consent is no longer a requirement, advises Thorrun Govind
The Inquests Podcasts return for a second season and will take listeners through the journey of specialist inquests, giving helpful background and advice. No1 - Inquests in care homes
Social care partner Philippa Doyle explains how to get the best outcome from CQC's new monitoring phone calls.
Congratulations to Sarb Birk, Richard Burnell and Olayinka Iwu who were named as Hempsons HPMA Rising Stars 2021 at the HPMA Excellence in People Awards.
The new Health and Care Bill published in the summer sets out how the government plans to reform health services and achieve better integration between health and care in England. Ross Clark and Alison Oliver explore some of its key elements and its implications for general practice.
Read the autumn 2021 Social Care Newsbrief.
Winner of the University of Cambridge Faculty of Law Hempsons Prize for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences announced
Congratulations to the winner, Dino Muratbegovic.
Announcing the opening of our fifth UK office.
We have launched our COVID-19 inquiry webinar series.
We are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Dementia, Care & Nursing Home Expo, on 15/16 September 2021 at Birmingham’s NEC. We invite you to join us for two days filled with business-defining content, training, and exhibitor demonstrations.
Kirsty Odell, an associate in our GP team, sets out some of the key stages in taking over a failing GP practice
As we reported in June 2021, local NHS organisations have been told that they must start preparing for the statutory public inquiry into the COVID-19 pandemic which is expected to begin in spring 2022. Any organisation can be called upon to provide evidence for the statutory inquiry, and individuals may be required to give evidence under oath. With extensive public inquiry experience, Hempsons is here to help.
Clinical Negligence Claims 2021, Elizabeth Grey examines four cases of interest.
Two secondary victim claims are due to be heard at the Court of Appeal later in the year; both of which are clinical negligence claims. Both claims are testing the legal control mechanisms on claims for psychiatric harm by secondary victims.