Gain a better understanding when working with minors.
Member price: $90.00 including GST (member price will display once logged in)
Non-member price: $180.00 including GST
Employer Partner Program price: $135.00 including GST
Many social workers face sets back when working with legalities that involve children. Maurice Blackburn’s experienced lawyers will facilitate this live webinar. We invite you to join us as they lead you through this session to uncover and unravel the legal complexities that surround privacy and confidentiality while gaining informed consent from a minor/children and or young adult.
Who should attend? This session aims to guide and empower all social workers who work with children, case management and the judicial system.
By the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Gain clarity when working with minors to gain informed consent.
- Increase your knowledge of Privacy and confidentiality.
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.
Gabrielle Feery is a Senior Associate in the medical negligence team at Maurice Blackburn’s Melbourne office. She represents clients in a range of areas, including delayed diagnosis of cancer, delay in treatment at emergency departments, birth trauma, orthopaedic injuries and catastrophic injuries relating to medical treatment. She also represents families in the Coroners Court. Gabrielle was recognised by Doyles Guide as a leading plaintiff medical negligence lawyer in Melbourne in 2015, and has previously worked in the HeLP patient legal clinic at the Alfred Hospital.
Emily Pompetti is a Lawyer in the medical negligence team at Maurice Blackburn’s Melbourne office. She acts for clients in a diverse range of claims including those relating birth trauma, care provided in psychiatric units and emergency departments, surgical injuries and delayed diagnosis of cancer and other illnesses. She also represents families in the Coroners Court. Emily is passionate about supporting clients who have been injured as a result of poor medical treatment to achieve justice, and about seeing systemic change implemented to improve quality of care within the Victorian health system.