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Search through expert guidance and practical advice to help you practise with confidence. You'll find everything from responding to local resolution complaints to working outside your usual field of practice during a pandemic.
Doctors must have seen the patient during last illness or attended the body to certify death.
Facing a complaint or a claim can be difficult but there are steps you can take to help manage the stress involved.
Final year student Zainab Hussain explains how using her second language helped her communicate better with patients during placements.
This webinar provides a good introduction to the fundamentals of conflict resolution and considers the role of compassion when interacting with patients and colleagues.
Considering a locum role? Dr Kathryn Leask explains what you need to know about being a locum doctor.
If your practice plans to delegate more tasks to non-clinical staff, consider these medico-legal aspects.
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The overriding consideration for healthcare professionals must always be the child or young person's best interests.
Are you more of a driver, or an analytic? The MDU’s James Godber explains how understanding personalities can help you form better working relationships with colleagues and patients.
A junior doctor worries his insistence on having a chaperone present for an intimate examination may have been inappropriate.