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Getting it right - avoiding medico-legal pitfalls in primary care course agenda
We are offering this as a virtual course.
You never know how a clinical contact might develop, innocuous contacts can spiral out of control unexpectedly, even if you weren't aware that it didn't go well for the patient.
This interactive course for GPs and practice managers highlights the processes and investigations that can arise from a single clinical incident and how to get it right when things go wrong.
As well as providing techniques to help you deal with these situations, there will be an opportunity for discussion and group work.
The case study in this course focuses on the NHS complaints procedure in England.
Dr Jerard Ross BSc(MedSci)(Hons) MB ChB MD FRCS FRCS(Neurosurgery) DLM
MDU medico-legal adviser
Jerard graduated from the University of Aberdeen in 1994. He then moved into surgical training in Edinburgh before completing his M.D. at the University of Manchester. Before joining the MDU he was a consultant in adult and paediatric neurosurgery in Edinburgh where he was the surgeon to the Scottish National Paediatric Epilepsy Programme.
James is senior learning and development officer at the MDU. He designs and delivers training across the organisation from induction programmes to management skills, and trains staff at every level of the organisation - from new staff to members of the board. He also champions raising awareness of equality, diversity and unconscious bias and delivers these courses to MDU members.
Dr Clare Sweeney
Clare graduated from Queen's University in Belfast in 1990 and trained as a GP. Before joining the MDU she worked as a GP partner for over 20 years. She completed a Master's Degree in Medical Law in 2014. Clare has a special interest in the legal and ethical aspects of end of life care.
Very informative, reassuring as well as providing a wake up call.
It was a really great course; I learnt so much and it was so relevant to general practice. The case study was so helpful to work through.