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14 October 2015
What do you do if a patient who has epilepsy has a seizure and continues to drive?
Recent changes to the law now make it an offence to drive when over specified limits of certain drugs.
Self-prescribing or prescribing for friends and family is generally not advised for doctors.
Doctors can get into difficulties using social media, including breach of confidentiality.
9 March 2015
The duty of both professional and expert witnesses is to the court.
The dos and don'ts of using chaperones during intimate examinations. Presented by Dr Ellie Mein.
What happens during a GMC Fitness to Practise investigation and MPTS hearing? Dr Udvitha Nandasoma explains.
Good practice in handling complaints following the NHS complaints procedure. Dr Sarah Jarvis presents.
Dr Sharmala Moodley, deputy head of claims handling, takes you through what to expect if you receive notification of a claim.
It’s always worth taking the time and trouble to get a medico-legal report absolutely right, says Dr Udvitha Nandasoma.