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committed to injured people
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committed to injured people

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18
Apr
16:00 to 17:00
Paul BalenEmmalene BushnellPhilip HeskethJerard Knott

Clinical negligence group meeting

  • Introduction
  • Best practice in mediation in clinical negligence
  • Q&A
Presented by: Paul Balen, Emmalene Bushnell, Philip Hesketh & Jerard Knott
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19
Apr
16:00 to 17:00
Deanne BarrowBilal HussainMatthew StockwellLaura Swaine

Damages group meeting

  • Introduction
  • How to manage resumption of activities / acceptance of support to avoid limiting damages and post-settlement burnout
  • Q&A
Presented by: Deanne Barrow, Bilal Hussain, Matthew Stockwell & Laura Swaine
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22
Apr
17:30 to 18:30
Gerry CoombsLiz Darlison MBEKevin JohnsonSimon Kilvington KC

Occupational health group meeting

  • Introduction
  • Comments on the recent mesothelioma decision: Dean v Armstrong Oiler Co Ltd [High Court, 22 November 2023]
  • Update on new and emerging treatments for mesothelioma patients and clinical trials
  • Q&A
Presented by: Gerry Coombs, Liz Darlison MBE, Kevin Johnson & Simon Kilvington KC
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1
May
16:00 to 17:00
James EdmondsonRhodri JonesLauren KarmelCharlotte Morgan

South West group meeting

  • Introduction
  • Inquests – a practical guide to procedure and Article 2
  • Q&A
Presented by: James Edmondson, Rhodri Jones, Lauren Karmel & Charlotte Morgan
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2
May
18:00 to 20:00
London
Jessica BowlesAlex DabekTom TavernerChris Wynne

Spinal cord injury group meeting

  • Introduction
  • Neurological and musculoskeletal physiotherapy services
  • Innovative healthcare delivery models to enhance health outcomes
Presented by: Jessica Bowles, Alex Dabek, Tom Taverner & Chris Wynne
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11
Sep
13:00 to 14:00
Graham Heywood

East Anglia group meeting

  • Introduction
  • Loss of Earnings – self-employed Claimants
  • Q&A
Presented by: Graham Heywood
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FAQs

APIL will always send the joining link on the morning of the scheduled meeting day.

Yes, we record all our virtual meetings and will get them sent out as soon as they are edited. Typically, it is the next working day.

Group meetings are an APIL membership benefit and are free to our members. Individual non-member costs are £85 per meeting. We encourage anyone that is committed to building a brighter future for injured people to Join APIL.

If we are provided with resources for delegates, we will attach them to post-event emails sent out to delegates. You can also access these resources via the relevant group pages accessed from the links below (you'll need to be logged in to access these files).

You can reach out to the regional or SIG coordinators directly (contact information can be found by clicking on the groups below).

Alternatively, contact the APIL groups coordinator Joey Collins at [email protected] or on 0115 943 5406.