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Medical and Legal Symposium

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Program Overview

 

Unlike any other past event, for the first time ever the American College of Legal Medicine and the International Academy of Independent Medical Evaluators have joined together to sponsor a single program; one that is sure to enhance your Medical Legal skill set, whether you are a physician, an attorney, or both!

 

If you work any industry where Medicine and the Law collide, and have to choose or work with the medical experts who may wind up in litigation, you should not miss hearing these tips straight from the distinguished panel of experts in medicine, law and psychology. We have budgeted time and they will be pleased to try and answer your toughest questions.

Credits

If you are looking for an exceptional experience to fulfill your Continuing Educational credit needs, then the 2016 SE Medical Legal Symposium  surely is it!  Register for one or both days. Learn while enjoying a most unique networking experience; we are already approved for up to 12 hours of CME & CLE, nurse case manager and adjuster credits are pending.

Topics are diverse and will include:

  • The Application of Evidence-Based Principles to Common Workplace and Motor Vehicle Crash Scenarios;

  • Preexisting Condition, New Injury or Aggravation? What Does Science Tell Us? Fraud & Abuse in Litigated Medical Claims;

  • The Art of Choosing Medical Experts;

  • The Nuts, Bolts and Application of Neuropsychological Testing: What It Can and Cannot Accomplish for Your Case;

  • Early Recognition and Management of Traumatic Brain Injury Cases That Didn't Seem So Traumatic and The Dual Benefit of an Early Assessment Program. 

See the full Agenda or Session Details for more specific information.

Workshops

If you are a medical expert or work with them, perhaps one of these two afternoon Workshops could make the difference in your next case:

 

IAIME presents The Nuts & Bolts of Effective Medical Expert Report Writing which while covering the basics, will help to improve even a well-seasoned expert’s work product. Bring along some redacted reports. 

 

ACLM’s own Professor John P. Conomy, MD, JD, FCLM who authored their eTextBook The Legal Medicine & Medical Ethics chapter on Medical Expert Testimony – will personally instruct this workshop on The Fundamentals and Ethics of Medical Experts and Their Use in Evidence.