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30 January 2024
Clear, accurate and effective records support clinical decision-making and patient care.
Doctors are legally obliged to have adequate and appropriate indemnity in place as soon as they start practising in the UK.
What is your legal and ethical responsibility when it comes to reporting or spotting signs of domestic abuse?
Secondary care providers registered with CQC in England are subject to a statutory duty of candour, in addition to the ethical duty on individual practitioners.
How to manage inappropriate patient behaviour and avoid blurring the lines with patient relationships.
Practices must be mindful of several fundamental requirements to comply with the legislation.
Healthcare organisations in Scotland are subject to a statutory duty of candour.
Healthcare organisations (other than health service bodies) registered with CQC in England are subject to a statutory duty of candour.
Removing patients is usually the last resort for doctors – and brings with it certain risks. Here's how to avoid them.
An expert witness provides an impartial medical opinion to a court, tribunal or committee.