ACLM Newsletter – September 2019
Learn more about evidence law in Queensland, the risks of vaginal mesh repairs, and the modern history of forensic medicine in Australia.
ACLM Newsletter – June 2019
ACLM collaborates with national and international organisations, the ethics of representations of dentistry in reality TV, and does the theory of medicine or healing defence really achieve what it set out to do?
ACLM Newsletter – March 2019
Lessons are learned from a case of avoidable tragedy, options for alternate dispute resolution for medical mishap cases are explored, and upcoming ACLM events are announced.
ACLM Newsletter – December 2018
Learn about the legal pitfalls of excessive dental treatment and recent landmark decision involving Posthumous Sperm Retrieval. Plus find out about the Oxford University Academic Visitor program.
ACLM Newsletter – September 2018
What competencies should all ACLM members have? How could you benefit from studying law? What should we know about critical compliance conditions in New South Wales? Find out the answers in the September newsletter.
ACLM Newsletter – June 2018
This newsletter discusses mandatory testing of HIV in criminal matters and methods for improving healthcare in developing regions.
ACLM Newsletter – March 2018
In this issue, Roy Beran summarises a recent case of negligence and Michael McDonough explains why codeine is going to prescription.
ACLM Newsletter – December 2017
Don Buchanan discusses traumatic pneumothorax and grievous bodily harm and Sandra Johnson provides a summary of her ASM presentation ‘Ethics of Therapeutics in Paediatrics’.
ACLM Newsletter – September 2017
Albert Lee discusses recent developments in medical negligence law in the UK and Garry Clearwater analyses whether an advance directive is binding in a case of attempted suicide.
ACLM Newsletter – June 2017
This newsletter examines topics of Expert witness immunity, appraisal and revalidation in the UK, and the sinking of the Rainbow Warrior.
ACLM Newsletter – March 2017
In this issue: Counsel to prevent lifetime ban, review of the 57th Annual Meeting of the American College of Legal Medicine, and what’s happening in U.S. health law.