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GROUPCARE schemes can stay up to date with our new and improved medico-legal seminars. GP networks can also access these seminars when half or more of the practices in their network are GROUPCARE practices.
Our series of free one hour risk management seminars are delivered in your practice, at your convenience, by our nationwide team of GP liaison managers.
These seminars use a mix of direct teaching, group discussion, case studies and reflective exercises.
Length: 45-60 minutes
We take a look at MDU data on prescribing and medication errors, GMC guidance, shared care prescribing, and the perils of doctors’ self-prescribing.
This seminar looks at factors that might influence capacity, the assessment of capacity, and mechanisms to protect those without it.
There are many factors that can contribute to difficult situations. This seminar puts forward strategies for working together with patients towards an appropriate solution.
Length: 45 minutes
Get an overview of the professional duty of candour and the statutory duty of candour, how the duties differ, your obligations, and when each duty may be engaged.
A short seminar that looks at the common pitfalls and ways to preserve the integrity of your records so you’re not vulnerable to criticism in the event of a complaint or claim.
This seminar gives an overview of complaints to the GMC, looks at what happens when a doctor fails to meet professional standards and how the MDU supports members throughout.
Hear case scenarios based on our members’ real-life experience and how the MDU is here to help.
Situations may arise where your duty of confidentiality needs to be carefully onsidered. Find out more about your responsibilities and when to seek MDU advice.
New and exclusive, only available if all GPs in your practice are MDU members at the scheme renewal date. Includes: consent after Montgomery, legislation relating to FGM, the implications of GDPR in clinical practice and the importance of understanding the duty of candour.
This seminar looks at the common causes of complaints, relevant law and guidance, what is required of you, techniques to reduce your exposure to complaints, and how to deal with them when they happen.
Consent underpins even the most routine interactions. This seminar looks at the ethical and legal challenges in this complex area.
This seminar provides an overview and guidance on the role and use of chaperones and uses case studies to show how GMC guidance applies in practice.
Understand parental rights and responsibilities, consent and confidentiality considerations when treating young patients, safeguarding and child protection procedures.
With the use of a case study, we examine the roles, responsibilities and the risks and benefits of triaging.
Our GP liaison managers can provide your team with an overview of information governance and GDPR principles, and specifics such as disclosing records of children and deceased patients, fitness to drive, and police requests for information.
Length: 30- 45 minutes
This is an introduction to coroner’s investigations with practical advice on preparing a report for the coroner, and what to expect if you have to attend an inquest.