MDU journal, winter 2020

After a gruelling GMC investigation, one member shares why he ended up wanting to help others going through similar situations.

Having your professional practice scrutinised or criticised in any way is never a pleasant experience, but going through it alone can make a difficult situation even harder to cope with.

In the latest issue of the MDU journal, one member shares the lessons he learned after going through a GMC investigation, and why the aftermath led him to offer the same support to others that he'd received himself.

Also in this issue:

  • Moral injury in healthcare workers
  • Seven principles of consent: latest GMC guidance
  • Understanding the causes of anaesthetic claims

...and much more.

Read the issue in full.

This page was correct at publication on 11/11/2020. Any guidance is intended as general guidance for members only. If you are a member and need specific advice relating to your own circumstances, please contact one of our advisers.

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