Dr Daniel Sokol
Leading Expert in Medical Ethics
Daniel Sokol has been described as a 'star in the medical ethics and law firmament'. He is a medical ethicist, barrister, mediator and an award-winning columnist, who has advised professionals in high stakes, life-and-death situations.
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Armed with a PhD in medical ethics, Daniel Sokol has spent time in hospitals in North America, India, and elsewhere gaining exposure to some of the most dramatic situations imaginable. He has trained doctors and other clinicians on how to make sound decisions. Daniel has advised government departments, market-leading companies, charities, private individuals and even theatre directors. As a barrister, he deals with catastrophic injury cases. As a writer, he has written for the New York Times and continues to author a regular column for the British Medical Journal.
WHAT he OFFERS YOU
Daniel provides memorable examples of difficult decisions, with lessons that could be applied across all fields and professions. He explores, and illuminates, the art of decision-making, leaving the audience with a deeper understanding of what separates good decision-makers from poor ones. Daniel outlines principles and lessons that will allow us to improve our decisions in our personal and professional lives.
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