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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.
A final year student learns the importance of being honest after they amend clinical notes following a complaint.
Sorry really can be hard to say. Dr Catherine Wills considers what makes a genuine apology.
It can feel devastating when things go wrong at any stage of your career. Dr Laura Hulmes discusses her experience and how she began to rebuild her confidence afterwards.
Choosing your career path isn’t always straightforward. One foundation doctor looks at alternative career options.
Two fourth-year students, Meenakshi Veeramani and Daniel Zhao, discuss learning off-the-books during their time volunteering in the ITU.
Keep in mind ethical considerations and patient consent when using before-and-after images for promotion.
Computers can enhance healthcare interactions for both patients and clinicians, but they can also present challenges if not incorporated effectively.
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