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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.
In partnership with the Medical Mediation Foundation, we consider ways of anticipating, understanding and dealing with patient or colleague conflict before it escalates.
You can appeal against any fitness to practise panel decision that restricts or removes your registration...
It's always important to maintain professional boundaries with patients...
A doctor may be subject to many investigations arising from a single clinical incident...
The who, when and what of having a chaperone present during intimate examinations.
A quick guide to performing cosmetic procedures.
Amana Qayum, a fourth-year from Manchester, on the importance of rest, hobbies and a social life throughout medical school.
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Your first year at medical school comes with newfound freedom – and the pressure to get it right. Third-year Ian Soh looks back at his time as a fresher.
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.