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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.
Getting prepared ahead of an internal investigation meeting is key. Here's our advice.
When a member received conflicting information about the need to complete a form after a patient's death, they called the MDU for advice.
Consent is too often seen as a transaction rather than a conversation, says Dr Michael Quinn. He believes the process must evolve in the interests of patients and doctors - and that technology can support this transition.
The MDU's Dr Oliver Lord explains the importance of being aware of and challenging our implicit biases, and why every doctor could benefit from unconscious bias training.
The MDU is proud to back a national campaign seeking to address the issue of fatigue within healthcare.
Society expects a great deal from doctors, but the standards they are held accountable to must be achievable and not set them up to fail.
Sean Weaver and Cassandra Cameron from the HSIB ask what the introduction of 'safe space' means for safety investigations in English healthcare.
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We've announced dates for our latest virtual courses, both of which focus on effectively managing and resolving conflict.
What should you do if you find yourself on the receiving end of unwelcome attention from a patient?
Complaints received by MDU members around cervical smear tests highlight key risk management advice