News from AvMA – conference re Mid Staffs and new book

News from Action against Medical  Accidents (AvMA):

1 An important event to consider some of the key implications of the Francis Report. 

Openness, Transparency and Candour Post Mid-Staffordshire: A Practical Guide
9 May 2013, Mermaid Conference Centre, London. Chaired by Dr Phil Hammond

Note: limited number of FREE places available for unfunded individuals – a donation to cover costs of refreshments is requested.

Email conferences@avma.org.uk to request one these places.

Download programme and registration form. 

2 NEW BOOK BY THE FOUNDERand first chief executive of Action against Medical Accidents (‘AvMA’), ARNOLD SIMANOWITZ OBE

“The Man under the Clapham Omnibus; the search for Patient Safety & Justice”

– a ‘must’ for anyone with a passion for patient safety and/or justice.  The story of the formation and development of AvMA and the personal journey of Arnold Simanowitz – includes a chapter on the present and future for AvMA, patient safety  and justice, by AvMA’s current chief executive, Peter Walsh with Forewords by James Badenoch QC and Harvey Marcovitch FRCP Hon FRCPH

PRICE:  £11.99

A contribution from each sale goes to AvMA registered charity 299123. Please send orders with a cheque payable to ‘AvMA’  for the appropriate amount to: Margaret Morley, AvMA, 44 High Street, Croydon CR0 1YB, e-mail:  pa_chiefexec@avma.org.uk
Tel:  020 8688 9555 Follow AvMA ON TWITTER:  @AvMAUK or @PeterWalshAvMA

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