As a continuation of our successful London Seminar Series, the No5 Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence Group present CTG Traces: The Fundamentals for Every Medical Negligence Lawyer in Obstetric Casework.
This talk will look at the value and challenges of CTG traces both in medical practice and in medical negligence casework as well as the relevant guidance for their interpretation. The seminar will be in part a workshop to looking at the basic principles to consider when interpreting the traces.
The seminar aims to provide practitioners with an overview of CTGs to assist with risk assessment of cases, the application and interpretation of CTGs in inquest work, drafting instructions and asking specific questions of obstetric and midwifery experts and to facilitate a greater understanding of expert evidence/conferences with Counsel during the case management process.
Mamta Gupta has widespread experience in obstetric and gynaecological matters. As well as being a delegated speaker for AvMA, she regularly provides seminars to professional clients on a variety of subjects recently including shoulder dystocia, perineal tears, vaginal mesh/TVT and CTG traces.
She is consistently ranked in the Legal Directories for her work in Clinical Negligence as a "widely respected junior who is noted for her outstanding client skills’" who is "great with clients”.