MDU journal September 2015

The candour threshold

Health bodies in England must comply with the statutory duty of candour – but many doctors remain unclear on how and when it applies. Dr Michael Devlin cracks the code.

Also in this issue:

  • A deadly mistake
  • Lung cancer diagnosis
  • Advice line dilemmas and claims histories

Read the issue in full

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