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More doctors in the UK choose the MDU for their indemnity than any other medical defence organisation.
The medico-legal implications for doctors and students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Over 98% of calls to the MDU medico-legal helpline are connected straight to a medico-legal adviser during normal working hours.
Over the last 10 years we successfully defended over 77% of claims, making no compensation payments.
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Many students have been in touch with questions about how the coronavirus pandemic will affect their studies, entry into practice and medical defence organisation membership.
You can call our medico-legal helpline
24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Find out about the membership benefits for your role, and everything you need to know about joining us, from getting a quote to applying.
What you need to know about online access to patient records.
If we truly value its contribution, the NHS and its workforce must now be shielded from the additional burden of coronavirus civil claims, says Dr Christine Tomkins.
Dr Michael Devlin explains how medical examiners play a vital role in the process of scrutinising patient deaths.
Secondary care providers registered with CQC in England are subject to a statutory duty of candour, introduced in November 2014.
Your quick guide to the duty of candour.