Oliver Quick

University of Bristol

Oliver Quick is Professor of Health Law and International Director at the University of Bristol Law School, UK. He teaches courses on Medical Law, Health Law and Criminal Law. His research is interdisciplinary and impactful and focuses on professionalism, regulation, safety, and trust in healthcare. His monograph Regulating Patient Safety: the End of Professional Dominance? (CUP, 2017) was shortlisted for the St Petersburg International Private Law Prize in 2019. Oliver has published widely on the need for candour about healthcare harm, comparative systems for incentivising safer maternity care, the criminalization of medical harm, professional fitness to practise frameworks, and the benefits and harms of digital health technologies. He has been a visiting fellow at the University of Auckland, Boston University, University of British Columbia, NUS and UWA.

Presentation (PPTX format): Claims for Psychiatric Harm Secondary to Clinical Negligence: Policy v Principle?