""A well structured and well presented course. It suited the novice as well as the experienced PI practitioner. A most worthwhile course""
At the end of this popular course delegates are sure to go away with a better understanding of anatomy. Lawyers will at last be able to understand medical terminology, and go on to win cases with confidence!
Topics to be covered include:
Introduction to anatomy
- Bone names
- Protuberances etc
Soft tissue anatomy
- Muscles, joints, tendons
- Peripheral nerves
Central nervous system anatomy
- Digestive, urinary, reproductive and respiratory system
What goes wrong - trauma
- Injury to bones (fractures: types, deformity, classifications)
- Injury to soft tissues (sprains/strains, tendons, nerve/vascular injury)
- Injury to brain/spinal cord
What goes wrong - illness
- Heart, lungs and intestines
- Reproductive system and GU problems
- Meningitus and vascular problems such as DVT and PE
- When injury affects prognosis
- When negligence affects prognosis
- Understanding of how to look at anatomy when faced with claim.