Guide to Cerebal Palsy in Birth Injury Claims

Guide to Cerebal Palsy in Birth Injury Claims

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Course Overview

Cerebral palsy is a brain injury caused by a lack of oxygen to the baby that occurs before, during, or shortly after the birth. It is estimated that cerebral palsy affects 1 to 4 children in every 1,000 born and in many instances it is impossible to determine the cause of the injury.

This course will provide viewers with a practical discussion of what cerebral palsy is in terms of the type and classification, the known causes and what treatment is available.

Aimed at practitioners with little or no previous knowledge of this subject matter, this course will be of interest to those who are thinking of moving into the field of clinical negligence, and birth injuries in particular, and will provide viewers the information required to advice clients on this difficult topic in a clear and easy to digest format.

What are the requirements?

  • Watch 1 hour recorded webinar

Learning Outcomes

  • On completion of this course you will: • Be familiar with the main types of cerebral palsy • Understand the classification of cerebral palsy • Have considered how and why the condition occurs including negligent and non-negligent factors • Be able to recognise the indicators that medical negligence may have been one of the causes of cerebral palsy • Be aware of the conditions associated with cerebral palsy • Be familiar with the treatments available

What is the target audience?

  • Clinical negligence practitioners


About Instructor - Steve Green

Steve is a law and business subject’s lecturer, on post grad and business programmes.

Steve has spent the last 20 years working as a presenter, trainer and facilitator for various establishments. Steve works for Law Hound within training and development and has assisted them in producing a range of online videos for clients in addition to training material.

Course Curriculum

Guide to Cerebal Palsy in Birth Injury Claims

  • Guide to Cerebral Palsy in Birth Injury Claims
  • Guide to Cerebral Palsy in Birth Injuries Claims
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