Journals

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inpractice May 2013

21 May 2013

This edition of inpractice, focuses on staff morale, employee resignation and dysfunctional teams.

MDU Journal April 2013

1 April 2013

Maintaining professional boundaries with patients and the development of laws governing anatomy and dissection.

MDU Journal November 2012

29 November 2012

This issue of the MDU Journal discusses the importance of raising concerns, revalidation, and hindsight bias in medico-legal reporting.

Ward Round November 2012

12 November 2012

In this issue we look at child protection and reflect on foundation year training.

Good Practice October 2012

2 October 2012

The latest edition of Good Practice discusses the challenges presented by CQC, and explains how the MDU Guide to CQC can help, and Dr Yvonne McCombie examines the GP’s pivotal role in identifying domestic abuse and the consequent complex medico-legal issues.

inpractice October 2012

2 October 2012

This issue of inpractice focuses on change and the impact it can have on staff in your practice, the MDU Guide to CQC, a helpful interactive online guide to assist you with your preparations and dealing with sickness absence.

Good Practice May 2012

3 May 2012

Our main feature in this edition of Good Practice explores the issue of doctor-patient communication and describes how GPs can try to ensure they and their patients are on the same wavelength.

Ward Round April 2012

17 April 2012

In this issue, we look at what makes a successful clinical handover and how FY doctors can play a central part.

MDU Journal April 2012

29 March 2012

This issue's lead feature contains practical advice on the medico-legal aspects of 'putting things right' after an adverse incident.

inpractice February 2012

1 February 2012

This issue of inpractice addresses the changes to RCN practice nurse indemnity and includes features on dealing with requests for disclosure of information about children to parents, and some advice from Peninsula Business Services to assist practices who find themselves on the receiving end of an Employment Tribunal.