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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.
You are obliged to tell the GMC if you have received a police caution or been charged or convicted of a criminal offence...
Understanding how to respond when the worst happens can help reduce the risk of facing a criminal investigation.
Wilful neglect or ill-treatment of patients is a serious offence. Read our advice on what to do when the offence applies.
Confidentiality between doctors and patients is an important principle, but it’s not absolute in the UK. Dr Sally Old explores the times you may need to disclose patient information to the police.
A fifth year medical student faces an investigation by her medical school and the GMC in relation to a caution she received before starting her studies.
The use of surveillance in healthcare settings can be problematic because of the need to protect patients' confidentiality.
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