Thursday 30th April 2015 – 1.45pm – 5.30pm
At the London offices of Minster Law, 99 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3XD
Recolo and Minster Law Solicitors invite you to a collaborative event of learning and networking. The afternoon will be spent exploring how clinicians, case managers and lawyers can work together to achieve successful outcomes for those affected by brain injury.
1.45 – 2.00 Registration
2.00 – 2.15 Welcome
Natalie Spurrier, Minster Law
2.15 – 2.45 The Rights and Obligations of Case Managers
Satinder Hunjan, QC, No 5 Chambers
2.45 – 3.15 A Case Study – The Impact of the Litigation Process
Ruth Booy, Minster Law
3.15 – 3.30 Break
3.30 – 4.00 Facilitated speed networking
4.00 – 4.30 Neurorehabilitation – neuroscience, goals and good outcomes
Drs Katie Byard, Howard Fine & Peter Tucker, Recolo
4.30 – 4.45 Questions
No 5 Chambers, Minster Law & Recolo
Satinder Hunjan QC, No 5 Chambers
Satinder, a highly respected QC, has significant experience acting on behalf of claimants in major injury claims including injuries of the utmost severity, and he has a special interest in brain and spinal injuries. He is also Patron of the Child Brain Injury Trust.
Dr Katie Byard, Recolo
Clinical Director and co-founder of Recolo. Katie is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working in neuropsychology. She co-founded Recolo to provide specialist input and support to young people and their families impacted by a brain injury. She is a trustee of the Child Brain Injury Trust.
Dr Peter Tucker, Recolo
Peter is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working in neuropsychology. Peter is the research lead within Recolo and also co-facilitates the training on goal setting and goal attainment setting.
Dr Howard Fine, Recolo
Clinical Director and co-founder of Recolo. Howard is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist working in
neuropsychology. As a co-founder of Recolo, he has a specialist interest in trauma and works also with the Red Cross and various media organisations.
Ruth Booy, Minster Law
Ruth has over 20 years’ experience acting for claimants, most of whom have sustained life changing injuries, and she has written and presented training programmes for hospital consultants, police officers and Citizen Advice Bureaus. She has also presented at the APIL annual conference.
Who should attend?
This event will be of real benefit to clinicians, case managers, occupational therapists, speech & language therapists, physiotherapists and other health professionals working in neurorehabilitation within the medico-legal context.
This is a free event with limited spaces. Book your place NOW to secure your opportunity to meet with fellow minded professionals and develop your knowledge.