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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.
Following the publication of the NHS Long Term Workforce Plan earlier this year, Thomas Reynolds, the MDU's head of policy and strategic communications, reflects on some of the questions left unanswered.
We share some fictitious medico-legal scenarios inspired by unusual cases.
What you need to know about assessing testamentary capacity - the ability or understanding needed to make a valid will.
Self-prescribing can lead to serious consequences. Read our guidance on prescribing for yourself or for anyone you have a close personal relationship with.
Your legal obligations to report acts of terrorism, and how to raise concerns if you believe a patient or colleague poses a risk to themselves or others.
Ahead of the GMC's revised Good medical practice coming into effect in January 2024, Dr Ellie Mein discusses the significance of clinical guidelines.
Broaden your understanding of a range of medico-legal topics with our webinars, delivered by MDU doctors.
Book a free 20 minute consultation with Armstrong Watson.
The non-profit Crisis Rescue Foundation is helping medical students in war zones continue their studies in the face of extreme adversity. Founder and director Dr Sharon Raymond, GP, tells us more.
Our webinar covers what you need to know about assessing a patient's capacity to make decisions about their treatment, and other key areas.
Local resolution meetings can be a helpful way to resolve complaints. Here's what you need to know.