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Victims can still sue Ian Paterson

Ian Patterson jailed In 2017, breast Surgeon, Ian Paterson was jailed for wounding with intent. He had treated thousands of patients in his 14-year […]

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Updates to the Civil Procedure Rules – April 2021

Updates to the Civil Procedure Rules will come into effect on 6 April 2021. In this article, Jonathan Gray highlights some of the key […]

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Vulnerable Parties and Witnesses – CPR Update April 2021

On 6 April 2021 an update to the Civil Procedure Rules will help vulnerable parties and witnesses to navigate litigation. The new rules acknowledge […]

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NHS Staff Survey 2020

Throughout 2020 there was a lot of concern about the impact of the pandemic on the people we were relying on to look after […]

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NHS Reform in 2021

2020 shook our National Health Service like never before. Although COVID-19 is taking most of the blame for the pressures of 2020/21, the government […]

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Emyr Chowdhury Struck Off After Being Dishonest

The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) has ruled that Dr Emyr Chowdhury should be struck off because of “repeated and persistent dishonesty”. Who is […]

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HSIB Recommend NHS reclassify Never Events

A recent report published by the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch (HSIB) says that NHS England should reclassify seven out of their 15 never events. […]

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NHS Dentistry Hit by COVID Crisis

The government is being urged to act by a health watchdog, who continue to hear negative experiences from patients, months after they published a […]

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A Day in the Life of a Paralegal at Pryers

Pryers is all about the people, we have an experienced team working together to deliver excellent service to our clients. We caught up with […]

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Maternity Services at Bedford Hospital “Inadequate”

Following an unannounced inspection, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) have downgraded maternity services at Bedford hospital to “inadequate”. Unannounced inspection into maternity services at […]

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NHS Launch Maternity Leadership Training

Nadine Dorries, the Patient Safety Minister has announced £500,000 to fund an innovative NHS maternity leadership training programme. Starting this year, hundreds of senior […]

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The Government Response to the Cumberlege Review

Nadine Dorries, the Minister for Patient Safety has recently issued an update on the Government’s response to the Cumberlege Review. What is the Cumberlege […]

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    Victims can still sue Ian Paterson

    Ian Patterson jailed In 2017, breast Surgeon, Ian Paterson was jailed for wounding with intent. He had treated thousands of patients in his 14-year […]

    Read More

    Updates to the Civil Procedure Rules – April 2021

    Updates to the Civil Procedure Rules will come into effect on 6 April 2021. In this article, Jonathan Gray highlights some of the key […]

    Read More

    Vulnerable Parties and Witnesses – CPR Update April 2021

    On 6 April 2021 an update to the Civil Procedure Rules will help vulnerable parties and witnesses to navigate litigation. The new rules acknowledge […]

    Read More

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