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Search through expert guidance and practical advice to help you practise with confidence. Everything from responding to complaints to attending inquests, writing reports to investigations, as well as our guide to professional indemnity.
The doctor-patient relationship can sometimes expose medical professionals to unwanted attention from their patients.
Your quick guide on what to do if you're approached by the media.
Explaining the law surrounding mental capacity in the Republic of Ireland.
It's common for coroners to ask for a report from clinicians involved in caring for a deceased patient. Here are some principles that will help you.
What doctors in the Republic of Ireland need to know about raising a concern effectively and appropriately.
The dos and don'ts of professionalism for doctors in the Republic of Ireland.
For doctors in the Republic of Ireland, finding yourself subject to a Medical Council investigation can be an upsetting and stressful experience. Here's what you need to know.
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Doctors have legal, ethical, and contractual obligations to obtain patients' consent for medical examination and treatment in most circumstances.
Assessing a patient’s capacity is essential if their ability to make a decision is in question.
When might doctors be required to share information with the Gardaí?