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Healthcare is by nature an emotive profession, and it's unsurprising that disputes can arise between doctors, patients and others involved in patients' care. Oscar Mathew explains the process of mediation and offers some insight into how to resolve conflicts for the benefit of everyone involved.
Injuries from weapons such as knives, guns or even crossbows can raise questions over confidentiality and a doctor's duty to contact the authorities.
The correct use of a chaperone can make the difference between a contented patient and receiving a complaint, a claim or even an allegation of sexual assault.
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