About this Webinar

A webinar exploring legal and technical issues surrounding causation and coronary artery disease.

The content is split into three parts. The first part is a presentation by Per Laleng, an academic at the University of Kent, on the law of causation with particular reference to the application of Bailey v MoD.

The second part involves a presentation by Professor Kevin Channer on coronary artery disease and is followed by an interactive session where Professor Channer and Dr Stephen Saltissi provide evidence on a ‘hot-tubbing’ basis. The evidence explores causation in a fatal claim involving an alleged case of death caused by coronary artery disease. The trial provides a platform for analysis and discussion of both legal and technical issues in clinical negligence cases generally, and cardiac cases specifically.

Participants:

  • Charles Feeny, St Johns Buildings Chambers
  • Wendy J Owen, St Johns Buildings Chambers
  • Rebecca Sutton, St Johns Buildings Chambers
  • Per Laleng, Lecturer in Law at the University of Kent
  • Prof. Kevin Channer, Consultant Cardiologist
  • Dr Stephen Saltissi, Consultant Cardiologist

We are grateful to Charles Austin for his help in writing the content of this webinar.

CPD points: 1.5 (SRA accreditation only).

Supporting Documents

Prof. Channer Report
Dr Saltissi Report
Supporting questions and CPD code
Feedback questionnaire
Introduction to Per Laleng’s talk