In this episode we have the opportunity to hear from a representative of Make Birth Better, Dr Rebecca Moore, who is a founder of the organisation and perinatal psychiatrist who developed a particular interest…
Articles by ‘Sophie Angwin-Thornes’
I follow closely the commitments made by NHS England in the field of patient safety. In its 2021 patient safety strategy update, the NHS made a commitment to implement a new guidance on how…
Sophie Angwin-Thornes explores how World Patient Safety Day can be used to highlight inequalities in outcomes from our healthcare system.
Our Medical Negligence team settled a cancer compensation claim for a client following a negligent delay by the Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in diagnosing her with breast cancer.
A medication review is the periodic, usually annual review of the patient with their GP at which the continuing need for the repeat prescription medication is considered. These reviews play an important role in ensuring a patient is on the right medication and doesn’t remain on medication unnecessarily.
Sophie Angwin-Thornes takes a look at the new patient safety system in the NHS that could help make the reporting and analysis of patient safety events easier and more effective.
Sophie Angwin-Thornes recovered damages for K, a client who suffered an extravasation injury, and as a result she was left with an area of discoloration on her upper arm and suffered pain and weakness in the arm.
RWK Goodman and Parklane Plowden Barristers are inviting dental professionals to attend an evening CPD event which aims to help you plan how best to manage opportunities and risks for you and your practice.
Sophie Angwin-Thornes acted for a 60 year old woman, who suffered the delay in diagnosis and treatment of basal cell carcinoma at the Royal United Hospital, Bath.