Writing a medico-legal report

9 March 2015

Length: 3:33

It's always worth taking the time and trouble to get a medico-legal report absolutely right, says Dr Udvitha Nandasoma.

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DR Alexander

You said we should not criticise the work or opinion of the colleagues. If the experts are on the opposite side of the same case, it may be necessary to criticise the opinion of the other experts.

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MARY GABRIELLE HARRINGTON

not what I was expecting - this seems to be about writing a statement whereas I was expecting it to be about an expert medicolegal report.
suitable if you have never had to write a statement before.

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