0930 – 0940
Welcome and Housekeeping
0940 - 1040
Introduction to Paediatric Litigation (Kashmir)
1040 - 1050
1050 - 1150
Introduction to role of Paediatric Case Manager (Helen)
1150 - 1250
Introduction to Special Educational Needs Law (SEN) and SEN Tribunals (Hannah)
1250 - 1300
Q and A and Close
Professional Standards of practice.
Registrants must continue to meet the standards of proficiency that apply to their scope of practice
You must keep within your scope of practice by only practising in the areas you have appropriate knowledge, skills and experience for
You must refer a service user to another practitioner if the care, treatment or other services they need are beyond your scope of practice
You must be able to practise safely and effectively within their scope of practice
Standards of Proficiency
Always practice inline with the best available evidence
You are qualified by, education, training and/or experience to practice capably and safely in your chosen role.
Quality Assurance Standards
Learning and development
Actively engage with and reflect on the CPD process to maintain, develop their competence to practice
KNOWLEDGE – Develop and apply relevant knowledge from social work practice and research, social sciences, law, other professional and relevant fields, and from the experience of people who use services
Additional Resource Links
http://www.careerframework.nes.scot.nhs.uk (NHS Education for Scotland, 2016).
Skills for Health Career Framework (2016), available from http://www.skillsforhealth.org.uk/career-framework
It is likely that you will be at different levels across the four Pillars. This will help you identify potential areas for development as you plan your career. This means your career profile evolves over time.
Meet the presenters:
Kashmir Uppal joined Shoosmiths in May 2016, having previously been a Partner and joint national lead for clinical negligence at Thompsons Solicitors, where she also ran the local team. Kashmir won the accolade of ‘Partner of the Year’ at the Birmingham Law Society Awards 2018, beating off competition from several big name firms, in part in recognition of her work on behalf of patients injured by rogue breast surgeon Mr Ian Paterson.
She also won ‘Clinical Negligence Lawyer of the Year’ at the national Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards in November 2018. Again, along with other considerations, her campaign to expose Ian Paterson’s criminal behavior and deliver justice to those he injured impressed the judges who unanimously agreed to award her this prestigious title. Kashmir has been a member of the Law Society’s specialist clinical panel since 2004, having specialised in clinical negligence since 1996.
Most of her clients have suffered significant and serious injuries and her extensive experience results in multi million pound settlements. These cases include children and young adults who have suffered brain injury at the time of or shortly after birth. In addition she has worked on a range of complex cases including amputations, spinal cord, head injuries and fatalities, securing significant compensation.
Her particular expertise is in multi-party actions, having been the lead solicitor in the complex litigation arising from the surgical procedures performed by the disgraced breast surgeon, Mr Ian Paterson. She was involved in the criminal and regulatory proceedings that led to his conviction and being struck off the GMC register and pivotal to raising the profile of the issue including campaigning to secure a change in the law to protect patients treated in private hospitals.
Kashmir is the lead Solicitor in a number of claims relating to surgery performed by Mr El - Maghraby, a Consultant Neuro surgeon both in the NHS, at the University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust and also a number of private Midlands hospitals.
Helen Ovans is a registered Occupational Therapist by profession, with clinical experience of acute, post–acute, community and vocational rehabilitation in the private sector for people with acquired brain injury.
She has a diverse professional background, having started her career working for commercial sales companies, progressing to managerial roles. She later retrained as an Occupational Therapist with a particular area of interest working with brain injury and catastrophic injuries.
Helen also works as a HPL lecturer for Worcester University, collaborating on the development of a student led clinic and lecturing to both undergraduates and graduate AHP students.
She has worked as a case manager with a complex adult and paediatric case load for several national case management companies. She now provides professional mentoring to case managers at Independent Living Solutions, bringing together commercial, clinical and educational experience to support the development of individuals in the case manager role.
Helen has been an active member of the CMSUK Events and Research Committee she is passionate about innovation and development of best practice to promote the professional development and evidence base for case managers. Helen also used to Chair the Communications Committee at CMSUK.
Empathetic and dedicated, Hannah Adam qualified as solicitor in 2005, initially specialising in Children’s Public Law, acting for both parents, guardians and then for a large Local Authority acting for Children’s Services in the magistrates and County Courts.
In 2012 Hannah moved to specialise in Special Educational Needs (SEN) Law. Being the parent of a child with complex special educational needs Hannah is uniquely placed to understand, empathise, and represent parents at even the earliest stages of parenthood when difficulties can arise for their child. Parents appreciate having the opportunity to discuss matters with a solicitor who has the depth of personal and professional experience she brings to the role.
Hannah has represented parents and young people at SEN Tribunal and has secured settlements and placements at highly specialist and high cost facilities. She has worked on a number of cases for 52 week specialist residential placements jointly funded by health, social care and education concerning meeting the needs of children with extremely complex and multifaceted needs always securing a positive outcome for those families.
Hannah’s diverse expertise both education and social care obligations towards children with complex needs and she is able to advise on issues of disability discrimination, transitions, school transport for children with SEN and the role of social care.
By working closely with parents and young people, Hannah aim’s to resolve cases through negotiation wherever possible and secure the best outcomes for families.
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Delegate passes are non-transferrable and non-refundable.
The member rate applies to those with a paid annual membership only and not those with a pending or lapsed membership.
Attendees: Anyone who has started working in Case Management within the last year or who is thinking about becoming a Case Manager.
*Please note that this study day is not suitable for experienced Case Managers.
If you have any questions or queries please email us firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01329 446959.
Wednesday 5th June 2024
9:30 am - 1:00 pm