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Common phobias can present challenges for both patients and doctors
Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform aspects of clinical practice but we must think carefully about its adoption and regulation, says Dr Farzana Rahman.
An offence of drug-driving came into force in England and Wales in 2015 and similar legislation has now taken effect in Scotland.
How identifying and allowing for bias in your clinical practice can help anticipate medico-legal issues.
An early diagnosis of myeloma has the potential to improve the prognosis and quality of life of the patient.
Melanomas require accurate and timely diagnosis by GPs so that patients can be treated promptly.
The team behind Culinary Medicine UK discuss the concept of culinary medicine and how it can expand the conversations healthcare professionals have with patients about food and nutrition.
Ethical considerations in prescribing contraception to young people
The MDU is making members aware of the recommendations of a review into a drug administration error.