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Withdrawing clinically assisted nutrition and hydration (CANH)

Guidance on making the difficult and emotive decision to withdraw life sustaining treatment from patients in a vegetative or minimally conscious state.

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Dealing with online criticism

What to do and how to respond when patients go online to criticise your practice.

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Guide

Conscientious objection

A doctor's personal beliefs or conscientious objection to a treatment may prevent them from agreeing to carry out certain actions.

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Podcast and video

Coroners' inquests and Fatal Accident Inquiries

Inquests and FAIs may be intimidating but they are just fact-finding inquiries

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Guide

Notification of a claim: what to send us

If you approach us for assistance with a claim, we'll ask you for specific documents and information.

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Guide

Fitness to practise procedures

If your fitness to practise is ever investigated by the GMC, understanding what to expect can make all the difference. Our detailed guide to the process will tell you what you need to know.

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Journal

AI in healthcare

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.

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Cautionary Tales 2019

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Four festive dilemmas

Test your knowledge of how you'd respond to these festive dilemmas...

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Guide

Prescribing cannabis-based products

From 1 November 2018, specialist UK doctors were able to prescribe medicinal cannabis.

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Journal

MDU journal autumn 2019

Artificial intelligence has the potential to transform aspects of clinical practice but we must think carefully about its adoption and regulation

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