The Provision of Expert Opinion & Evidence as a Health Professional
Date: 20 to 22 June 2019 (Thursday to Saturday) Venue: UCT Faculty of Health Sciences Time: 08h30 to 16h30
Course fee is R 12 850 per person (refreshments and lunch provided) CPD points
This is a three day programme aimed at health professionals who are interested in servicing the legal and business domains with expert opinion and evidence.This includes private practice, academia and business employees who may wish to learn more regarding the provision of evidence.
The course is offered in partnership withBurns-Hoffman Consulting, a specialist consultancy in the provision of expert opinion, incapacity, risk and medico-legal assessment reports.
Elise Burns-Hoffman, Manager of Burns-Hoffman Consulting, will present the course alongside a team of legal and health professionals including business experts in the field.
Who should attend?
Those with a medical, paramedical, nursing degree/diploma - or related health professional qualification are invited to attend - including doctors; occupational therapists; physiotherapists; psychologists; social workers etc. Risk claims assessors in possession of the above-mentioned qualifications are encouraged to attend.
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