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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.
Self-prescribing can lead to serious consequences. Read our guidance on prescribing for yourself or for anyone you have a close personal relationship with.
How to minimise risk and avoid complaints when tracking results in GP practices and hospitals.
Can a GP prescribe botulinum toxin treatments on behalf of a healthcare assistant? One member called the MDU to find out...
You're legally responsible for the decision to prescribe, so you must be satisfied there is sufficient evidence...
The presenting symptoms of a brain tumour in a child may be very non-specific, making diagnosis difficult for doctors.
Your prescribing duties at a glance.
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GPs play an important role in spotting tuberculosis (TB) cases – and diagnosis delays are a concerning area.
Non-surgical cosmetic treatments such as botulinum toxin must not be prescribed remotely...
You should only prescribe medication if you are satisfied it serves the patient's needs...