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An expert witness provides an impartial medical opinion to a court, tribunal or committee.
A professional witness (also known as a witness of fact) helps the court establish the facts of a case. Here’s what you need to know.
Advice for foundation doctors on reducing the risk of criminal investigations, plus how and when the MDU can help.
An injury from an attack with a knife, blade or sharp instrument must be reported to the police...
Sexual assault allegations can be distressing for everyone, so it's useful to know how to protect yourself from a misunderstanding.
Some disclosures are required by law...
You are obliged to tell the GMC if you have received a police caution or been charged or convicted of a criminal offence...
Understanding how to respond when the worst happens can help reduce the risk of facing a criminal investigation.
Wilful neglect or ill-treatment of patients is a serious offence. Read our advice on what to do when the offence applies.