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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.
Your legal obligations to report acts of terrorism, and how to raise concerns if you believe a patient or colleague poses a risk to themselves or others.
What you need to know about the Caldicott principles and the National Data Guardian.
Advice for maintaining professional integrity and boundaries on social media.
You have responsibilities to a patient if their condition or treatment affects their ability or fitness to drive.
Patient confidentiality applies to all patients – no matter how famous or high-profile they might be.
Storing patient information in a cloud can be useful – but it's worth making sure you've considered data security and confidentiality issues.
Broaden your understanding of a range of medico-legal topics with our webinars, delivered by MDU doctors.
Book a free 20 minute consultation with Armstrong Watson.
What are the responsibilities for making information available to the public under the Freedom of Information Act?
Being contacted by the police - for any reason - can provoke a certain amount of anxiety for a doctor. Here's what you should know.
How would you proceed if the police asked you to disclose a patient's records without their knowledge or consent?