Medical negligence cases involving the death or injury of babies are as contentious as they are tragic.
Often the first the public hear of these cases is often when they open the paper and read stories of devastated parents, long delays and large pay cuts.
But behind these headlines, how are these cases run? What causes the long delays? And how could they be managed better? Joining Sean in studio was barrister Doireann O'Mahony (and now author) who will be launching her book on the topic this evening and obstetrician Roger Clements who assisted with the book.