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Learn how to prioritise patient safety and overcome the challenges of raising concerns in healthcare.
Your legal obligations to report acts of terrorism, and how to raise concerns if you believe a patient or colleague poses a risk to themselves or others.
Sean Weaver and Cassandra Cameron from the HSIB ask what the introduction of 'safe space' means for safety investigations in English healthcare.
Patients become ‘challenging’ for a number of reasons. Here, we advise on managing the patient while protecting yourself, staff and other patients.
You have responsibilities to a patient if their condition or treatment affects their ability or fitness to drive.
What you need to know about your professional obligations for reporting female genital mutilation (FGM).
You have a legal and ethical duty to raise concerns if you suspect a vulnerable adult patient is being abused or neglected.
A consultant gynaecologist called on the MDU for assistance after a consultation that raised significant safeguarding issues.
The MDU advised a respiratory consultant who had concerns about a patient's use of oxygen at home.