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6 April 2021
A doctor's personal beliefs or conscientious objection to a treatment may prevent them from agreeing to carry out certain actions.
15 March 2021
Assessing a patient's capacity is essential for all doctors and there are medico-legal considerations. Here’s what you need to know.
Complaints are inevitable in medicine, and few doctors will get through their career without being involved in at least one, so it's vital to know how to respond.
12 March 2021
What doctors in the Republic of Ireland need to know about raising a concern effectively and appropriately.
8 March 2021
Your quick guide on how write a report as a professional witness.
Our introduction for doctors in the Republic of Ireland on the topic of confidentiality - one of the core principles of medical ethics.
Good records support patient care - and can mean you're not vulnerable to criticism in the event of a complaint or claim.
Providing a statement will often be the last you hear of a matter, but there are occasions when you will need to attend court.
An overview of the coroner's role in the Republic of Ireland, plus notifying and reporting deaths.
Explaining the law surrounding assessing mental capacity in the Republic of Ireland.