Clinical negligence claims explained

21 January 2010

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MR NNENE

A very concise and well enunciated seminar on medical negligence. The interviewer has asked important and relevant questions and the speaker has provided well thought out and carefully considered answers. The speaker is obviously very knowledgeable about the subject and articulates her responses very well. Overall this is an excellent presentation and is highly recommended.

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