Medical lectures

(Some lectures contain anonymised but patient specific information and are not available to the public. Slides or links can be forwarded on inquiry.)

Medical ethics and ceilings of care in hepatology – Royal Free Postgraduate Hepatology course, May 2017 Link to presentation

‘Stuff Happens’: how doctors respond to medical error – Frimley Park Hospital Grand Round, October 2016

Developments in PSC – Guy’s & St Thomas’s gastroenterology training day, September 2016

How I lost respect for death… and found it again – Dealing With Death, South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group, July 2016

Escalation Creep: when the system won’t let you go– Dealing With Death, South Tees Clinical Commissioning Group, July 2016

 Severe alchoholic hepatitis and escalation of care – Manchester Gastro Training Day, April 2016

Taking the initiative, taking the responsibilityTalking DNACPR Faculty, University College London, January 2016

Challenges in implementing the Duty of Candour – Regional meeting of Royal College of Surgeons, Frimley Park Hospital, June 2015

Justifiable deception – a short history of truth in medicine – West Kent Medical Society, March 2015 Link to presentation

A soft task hard to do: the challenge of resuscitation discussions’ – Royal Free Hospital, Clinical Ethics lecture, March 2014 Link to presentation

Paracetamol poisoning (for Society of Acute Medicine, annual meeting 2013) Link to presentation

Difficult variceal bleeding Link to online presentation

Interpretation of Abnormal LFTS Link to online presentation

Models of Care in Irritable Bowel Syndrome Link

Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease – What Can We Do It About It? Link

The Critically Ill Cirrhotic – Ethical Challenges Link

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