Cardiology & General Medicine medico-legal roundtable


Pip Nash, Solicitor & Executive Manager, Professional Services, MDA National

Kristy Bradshaw, Solicitor & National Manager, Cases & Investigations, MDA National

Will Goodheart, Solicitor & Manager, Cases & Advisory Services, MDA National


Clinical Commentary and facilitation

Dr Richard Clugston



Clinical Professor Peter Silbert

Neurologist, MDA National, Western Cases Committee Member


  • Claims & Advice - current trends & insights
  • Ahpra update
  • Cardiology & General Medicine Claims & Cases
  • Your own questions and topics for discussion

Please share any topic suggestions or questions with me before the meeting, email:

Event Information

Career Stages:

  • Doctors in Practice


Thursday, 18 May 2023 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM


MDA National Boardroom Level 3, 88 Colin St. West Perth, WA

Additional information

RSVP by Monday 8 May 2023 to or 0437 702 367

Refreshments provided

Parking will be available under the MDA National office building or street park is free



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