Personal Injury, Serious Injury & Clinical Negligence

Life After Limb Loss 5th October 2016

This is our fourth amputation training day

We are looking forward to hosting our Life After Limb Loss event on 5th October.

All money raised from ticket sales and sponsorship are being donated to Meningitis Research Foundation charity. This will be used to help fund the next Meningitis Research Foundation Pushing the Boundaries family day.

We have a fantastic speaker line up, and the event is now sold out.

Speaker presentations

Presentation titles are now complete and detailed in the agenda below.

Steve Trump – Partner, Clarke Willmott: Welcome speech
Dr. Nelly Ninis – Consultant Paediatrician, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust: Limb loss in childhood sepsis.
Dr. Shehan Hettiaratchy – Limb Surgeon, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust: Limb transplantation- the ultimate solution for limb loss?
Phaedra Perry – South West Regional Head, Diabetes UK: Putting Feet First – preventing serious foot problems for people with diabetes.
Helen Harvey – Clinical Manager of Prosthetics & Orthotics, Bristol Centre for Enablement, North Bristol NHS Trust: Prosthetics in the NHS
Dr. Fergus Jepson – Rehabilitation Consultant, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals: Rehabilitation after Meningitis
Paul Russell QC – Barrister, 12 King’s Bench Walk: Amputation: Issues arising in litigation.
Abdo Haidar – Prosthetist, The London Prosthetic Centre: Innovation in prosthetics
Charlotte Hannibal – Meningitis survivor: How meningitis shaped me
Joel Gibbard – CEO, Open Bionics: The next generation of prosthetic limbs

For further details please visit our Amputation page.

Thank you to our partners, 12 Kings Bench Walk and Meningitis Research Foundation for helping us to organise our fourth amputation training day.

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We are also very grateful to our kind sponsors, Össur, London Prosthetic Centre, and Blatchford 

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