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- Date and time Fri 8 Dec 2023 from 10:00am to 8 Dec 2023 at 4:45pm
- Location Online
- Organised by Laryngology and Rhinology, Otology
Watching the pre-recorded version of this ENT event will enhance your understanding of managing consent, risk and ethical dilemmas in surgery and be better prepared for ‘when things go wrong’.
Risk is inherent in what we do as surgeons but how do we effectively consent to this and deal with ethical dilemmas that arise during treatment? How do we mitigate against litigation or cope with it should it arise? This session aims to provide answers and enhance our ability to manage risk.
By watching this pre-recorded webinar, you will:
- Receive advice from KCs on how to minimise your litigation risks in the event of complications
- Better understand the experience of being questioned in court
- Develop a framework to deal with ethical dilemmas in ENT
- Understand current concepts surrounding consent
- Feel more confident in the management of some common ENT complications
This pre-recorded webinar will be available seven days after the in-person event on 1 December 2023. Registered event participants will receive the link to the recording via email on 8 December 2023 to watch on-demand for up to 60 days.
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Registration for this event will close on 8 December 2023 at 8:00am (GMT). Late registrations will not be accepted.
The agenda is subject to change at any time.
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This event will be recorded and stored by the Royal Society of Medicine and may be distributed in future on various internet channels.