In 2000 I was commissioned by the then Postgraduate Medical Dean for the South Yorkshire and Humberside Deanery, (Professor Chris Welch), to set up a Medical Ethics and Law Course for Specialist Registrars, (SpRs) on the SpR Generic Curriculum. After this successful 3 day pilot, I was then commissioned to deliver the Medical Ethics and Law Course to SpRs in the Deanery. I have been successfully delivering the Medical Ethics and Law Course since 2000, and currently deliver 5 of these 3 day courses to a range of specialist hospital physicians and surgeons.
I set up, and have organised for the past 20 years, the Annual Law and Medicine Guest Lecture Series in 1993, now in 2012/13 in its 20th year. This year a consultant in human reproductive medicine and a retired transplant surgeon delivered lectures to our students.
I set up and have been organising for the past 14 years the Annual Law of Evidence Guest Lecture Series.
Assisted Reproduction, abortion, consent, medical negligence, euthanasia, assisted suicide, persistent vegetative state, organ transplantation, allocation of resources, human rights, confession evidence, identification evidence corroboration/care warnings, hearsay evidence, burdens and standards of proof, competence and compellability, parliamentary supremacy, devolution, public order, rule of law, separation of powers.