Anna Moon also provides an expert medico-legal practice. Please direct all enquries to firstname.lastname@example.org
She regularly attend Expert witness meetings and conferences. She will provide timely and efficient written reports for personal injury and medical negligence cases, and when necessary will make court appearances for claimants and defendants. She has a good understanding of legal principles and civil procedures rules, and will provide a non-biased, holistic and logical approach, based on current medical evidence-based literature.
She has completed the following courses with Bond Solon:
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TEACHING, RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
I regularly deliver teaching sessions to General Practitioners, Physiotherapists and Osteopaths on common hand conditions and treatments. I have run courses in hand surgery, and have presented at various conferences, both at local, national and international level, and I am a visiting lecturer at Aston University in Birmingham.
Articles I have written have been published in medical journals and I have been involved in research projects, such as “The Molecular Genetics of Dupuytren’s Disease”, and “Cultivated Autologous Osteoblasts and Chondrocytes for Treatment of Non-Union and Chondral Defects”.
I was involved in national hand-surgery-related trials and I ran an international multi-centre drug trial centred on the safety and efficacy of Capsaicin.
CURRENT CLINICAL & MEDICOLEGAL ACTIVITY
Having worked in general Trauma & Orthopaedics for 20 years, I chose to specialise exclusively in hand, wrist and elbow procedures, which I have done for the last 10 years. I have on average 1800 patient episodes per year, which includes consultations and various procedures.
I am a member of BSSH (The British Society for Surgery of the Hand) and WMHS (West Midlands Hand Society). I attend scientific meetings regularly, usually 3-4 times a year to keep myself up to date. In addition, I regularly attend various courses and webinars on specific hand surgery related topics.
Recently I have been involved in reviewing the clinical practice of a colleague in hand surgery, which has consisted of report writing and engaging with the solicitors working on the case.
I have attended the Bond Solon courses “Excellence in Report Writing”, “Courtroom Skills”, “Clinical Negligence Essentials Parts 1 & 2” and “Clinical Negligence Update for Expert Witness”.
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