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Your quick guide to the duty of candour.
After being involved in an adverse incident, a trainee needed advice on what might happen next and what they should do to make amends.
How to manage inappropriate patient behaviour and avoid blurring the lines with patient relationships.
There are various ways for GPs to minimise the risk involved with out-of-hours consultations.
As summer approaches, we provide advice on avoiding missing a diagnosis of skin cancer.
The MDU has noticed an increase in notification of claims related to renal impairment alleged to be secondary to mesalazine prescribed for inflammatory bowel disease.
It may not be the main reason to reflect on your organisational duty of candour, but the fact that we are starting to see fines issued for breaches might be an incentive to do so.
Patients become ‘challenging’ for a number of reasons. Here, we advise on managing the patient while protecting yourself, staff and other patients.
The first annual World Patient Safety Day on 17 September 2019 year urged people to show their commitment to making healthcare safer.