Writing a complaint response

How do you write a response to a complaint from a patient? Our medico-legal advisers explain all in the MDU podcast.

11 November 2019

Length: 17:25

In this episode, our medico-legal advisers Ellie Mein, Sissy Frank and Edward Farnan talk about writing a response to a complaint from a patient. Using a fictional scenario based on real MDU cases, they discuss how to navigate the perils and pitfalls that can surround responding to complaints.

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