10/30/12 – Advanced Practice Strategies’ Demonstrative Evidence Group (DEG), the leading provider of jury education and visual strategy in the defense of medical malpractice, has continued its efforts to encourage scientific literacy in the next generation with the donation of over 600 medical illustration boards to Winthrop High School.
Winthrop High School Principal Gail Conlon is “thrilled to receive the medical illustration trial exhibits which will be used in various departments at the school.” The extensive collection of educational boards, which were commissioned by Boston-based civil trial firm Martin, Magnuson, McCarthy & Kenney, will be utilized in basic science courses as well as innovative classes such as Sports Medicine and Forensic Science.
“APS is very excited about this joint effort in the re-purposing of our medical illustrations,”
For more information about APS, please visit www.aps-web.com. For more information about Winthrop Public Schools, please visit http://winthrop.k12.ma.us/
Advanced Practice Strategies (APS) is dedicated to improving the lives of both patients and their caregivers through effective, innovative education solutions. APS’s flexible, state-of-the-
About APS Demonstrative Evidence Group (DEG)
Advanced Practice Strategies (APS) Demonstrative Evidence Group (DEG) is dedicated to providing clients with a well developed visual strategy that educates the jury in complex medical and technical matters while keeping them on the edge of their seats. DEG specializes in the defense of medical malpractice cases utilizing cutting-edge technology, certified medical illustrators, internet expertise, multimedia presentations, and strategic consulting in all types of proceedings, from some of the nation’s highest profile jury trials to arbitration proceedings. APS is also one of the leading firms in the nation in X-ray imaging, enhancement, and copying. For more information, visit www.aps-web.com/