Time to get yourself organized around legalities and learn from an expert lawyer around core legal requirements.
This is a practical session around record keeping and document management best practice, report writing and giving evidence in court.
As health practitioners, it is important to understand why good record keeping is essential. Furthermore, you may encounter requests for reports and/or to attend Court as part of your practice.
Who should attend? This session aims to guide and empower all social workers in good record-keeping, as well as those assisting clients with personal injury claims or dealing with compensation schemes.
By the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand why record keeping is important
- Understand best practice for record keeping
- Respond to requests for medical reports
- Respond to Court subpoenas and attend Court to give evidence
AASW Credentials: All credentials
Can't attend live? Your registration includes a copy of the presentation slides and 2 weeks' free access to the event recording.
Alice Tan is a Senior Associate in Maurice Blackburn’s Victorian road accident injuries compensation practice, working in the Dandenong office. She is a Law Institute of Victoria personal injury Accredited Specialist.
Alice graduated from Melbourne University with Bachelor degrees in Psychology and Law. She is a tenacious and empathetic legal practitioner who is inspired by her clients and is determined to help them overcome obstacles when dealing with bureaucratic systems and insurance companies. Alice finds great reward in the successful resolution of a claim, and in knowing that although compensation can never change what has happened to her clients, it will make a positive difference to their lives now and in the future.