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Our advice for raising concerns about patient safety, dignity or comfort.
Your trust should have its own published policy, and it's important to follow this...
So long as your concern is honestly held, you do not need proof...
If a staff member comes to you with a grievance, act promptly and follow these steps.
Ethical considerations in prescribing contraception to young people.
We live in a multicultural society but racist attitudes persist - and even now, some patients are not inhibited about expressing them.
Patients become ‘challenging’ for a number of reasons. Here, we advise on managing the patient while protecting yourself, staff and other patients.
A doctor's personal beliefs or conscientious objection to a treatment may prevent them from agreeing to carry out certain actions.
What doctors in the Republic of Ireland need to know about raising a concern effectively and appropriately.