Dr Jenny Vaughan speaks at SAS day

On the 18th of January our Law and Policy Officer and founder of Manslaughter and Healthcare Dr Jenny Vaughan spoke to doctors about how they can reduce their risk of criminal prosecution. Jenny will also be talking to doctors about the Learn not Blame campaign for a just culture in the NHS and how they can get involved.

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Dr Jenny Vaughan wins BMJ award

We are so proud of our Law and Policy Officer and Founder of Manslaughter and Healthcare Dr Jenny Vaughan for being awarded the BMJ Editor’s Award for speaking ‘Truth to Power’. As well as being a Consultant Neurologist for the past 14 years, Jenny was also the medical lead for the successful overturning of the gross negligence manslaughter conviction of Mr David Sellu. Alongside DAUK Jenny campaigned for Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba’s successful appeal and supported her for a number of years prior to this.

DAUK would like to congratulate Jenny on this very well deserved award!

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Dr Batt-Rawden gives keynote speech at Birkbeck College

On the 7th of December Dr Samantha Batt-Rawden DAUK Chair gave the keynote speech at an event held at Birkbeck College hosted in conjunction with the Association for Medical Humanities. Dr Batt-Rawden revisited the case of Dr Bawa-Garba, the events of the day Jack Adcock sadly lost his life, and discussed the role of the consultant and the GMC.

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Dr Cicely Cunningham speaks at Action against Medical Accidents AvMA conference

DAUK’s Learn Not Blame lead Dr Cicely Cunningham was invited to speak to clinical negligence solicitors discussing where professional accountability should start and end. This was followed by a panel discussion with the QC for the Professional Standards Authority who argued at Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba’s appeal. Dr Cicely gave a thought provoking and powerful talk and promoted a stimulating discussion regarding a just culture in the NHS.

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