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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.
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.
Dr Udvitha Nandasoma, head of MDU advisory services, explains the need-to-know changes to the GMC's 'Good medical practice' guidance.
The newest additions to our online courses cover everything from coroners' inquests to data protection, and prescribing errors to subject access requests.
Securing the long-term future of the NHS involves embracing new ways of working - but we also need to think carefully about the burden on doctors.
We analyse clinical negligence claims pursued against MDU private psychiatrist members, and offer tips on managing common risks.
Dr Kathryn Leask examines MDU members' experiences to offer some advice on understanding and dealing with a coroner's inquest.
A GP practice was ruled not to have discriminated against a patient they removed from the list for abusing and threatening staff.
Broaden your understanding of a range of medico-legal topics with our webinars, delivered by MDU doctors.
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How to integrate physician associates and anaesthetic associates safely and effectively into teams and manage medico-legal risks.
Healthcare professionals must be open and honest with patients when something goes wrong that causes harm or distress, or has the potential to do so.
We share some fictitious medico-legal scenarios inspired by unusual cases.