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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 have a statutory duty to notify the local authority of suspected cases of certain infectious diseases.
Dr Fiona Donald, president of the RCoA, offers her thoughts on how the pandemic has affected her specialty, and how it may inform its future – as well as that of the wider profession.
The GMC and NMC published joint guidance in 2020 to guide those undertaking discussions about advance care planning...
Two fourth-year students, Meenakshi Veeramani and Daniel Zhao, discuss learning off-the-books during their time volunteering in the ITU.
We know that members are trying to resolve problems raised by the lack of availability of appropriate PPE pragmatically, but...
There may be a small number of patients who will not follow government guidance on face coverings in NHS settings.
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The pandemic has provided fresh impetus to improve healthcare regulation. Now is the time to deliver reform.
Examining complaints about delays in treatment caused by pandemic disruption – and how to manage them.
A GP was contacted by a local care home as the daughter of one of their residents objected to their mother receiving the COVID-19 vaccine.