MDU journal autumn 2019

Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform aspects of clinical practice but we must think carefully about its adoption and regulation

In the latest issue of the MDU journal, we explore the potential impact of artificial intelligence on healthcare, alongside the need to consider the various associated medico-legal and ethical issues.

Also in this issue:

  • Consultant liaison managers: what can they do for you?
  • Patient safety and a just culture
  • Managing common fears and phobias in patients

...and much more.

Read the issue in full.

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