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STAFF at DMR Collation are gearing up for this year’s Association of Personal Injury Lawyers Annual Clinical Negligence Conference.  DMR Collation will be exhibiting its products and services at the conference at Celtic Manor in Newport on 4th and 5th October 2018.

The two-day event will see eminent experts and practitioners bringing delegates up to date with the most recent developments in clinical negligence law.  Delegates will also have the chance to meet and network with relevant clinical negligence practitioners.

DMR Collation will be at stand 5 to demonstrate how its medical records collation and analysis services can save both time and money for its clients.

The conference will provide an overview of key medical and legal issues in clinical negligence.  This year’s theme is orthopaedics. Medical experts will also be in attendance, giving details about the many issues involved in orthopaedic surgery.  Peter Worlock, consultant orthopaedic surgeon and clinical director of the Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, will be speaking specifically about infection issues in orthopaedic trauma surgery.  And Nigel Zoltie, honorary accident and emergency consultant at Northwick Park Hospital, will be discussing the orthopaedic problem areas in accident and emergency situations.  Other consultants will be providing an insight into areas of surgery including hip, shoulder, foot, oral and maxillo-facial, knee and spinal.  John McQuater, APIL secretary, will provide delegates with an update on the latest developments in clinical negligence.

DMR Collation managing director Caroline Packer said:  “We are looking forward to exhibiting at the APIL conference and meeting other delegates.  Come and visit us to find out how we can make your law firm profit costs”.

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