ESG Expert Witness Conference
Date: 7 March 2017
The conference will focus on RICS surveyors acting as expert witnesses and giving evidence. The Expert Witness Institute will also be present at this conference.
Venue: Studio Venues, Birmingham / More info
Forensic Science Regulator Conference
Date: 8 March 2017
The event is aimed at Quality Managers, Senior Managers, Legal, Forensic and Technical Specialists.
Theme: Is a continuation from previous years looking at quality issues at various stages through the process and exploring the implications for various end users, such as police investigative perspective, the judiciary ( courts, tribunals) view on expert evidence, the defence barristers perspective and case reviews.
Venue: Holiday Inn, Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham, B5 4EW
Booking: Please confirm by 17 FEBRUARY 2017 whether you or a representative (please provide your delegate’s details; name, e-mail address, job title) will attend this event to: FSRConference@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk.
BMA Medico-Legal Conference
Date: 10 March 2017
Are you interested in updating your skills as an expert witness or are you interested in setting up in practice? This one-day conference, for all levels of experience, will cover the essentials of working competently as an expert witness. The programme is designed to ensure you hear the latest views from medico-legal experts, have the chance to get your questions answered and develop your network. More info on the BMA website
Venue: BMA House, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9JP
Children and Young People’s Mental Health: Taking Early Action
One in 10 children suffers from depression, anxiety or another diagnosable mental health problem, and 75% of mental illness starts before the age of 18. Following the Future in Mind report, we know what an effective and modern children’s mental health service should look like, and we have a roadmap for how to get there. Now is everyone’s responsibility to deliver on it so that all young people receive the support they need to flourish and achieve their full potential.
Attending The National Children and Young Peoples Mental Health Conference will allow delegates to hear practical advice and guidance that will help you to improve access and outcomes, reduce inequality and implement The Five Forward View principles across Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).