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MDDUS urges government to go further with fixed recoverable costs reforms
MDDUS has urged the government to go further with its reform of fixed recoverable costs (FRC) in claims of clinical negligence.
MDDUS comments on new General Medical Council guidance
NHS leaders must support doctors to act on new GMC guidance to challenge concerning behaviour at work
‘Tired. Concerned. Trying not to lose hope.’ Doctors speak out about a year at work.
Doctors and dentists have shared their lived experience of working in the health service during one of its toughest years, in a new report by MDDUS.
MDDUS comments on General Medical Council survey findings
The General Medical Council (GMC) has published the results of its national training survey which revealed that micro-aggressions and stereotyping are affecting trainee doctors
MDDUS celebrates Pride Month
Pride Month is a time to highlight our support for LGBTQ+ colleagues, members, friends and community by promoting LGBTQ+ rights and championing diversity and inclusion at MDDUS.
MDDUS responds to the Long Term Workforce Plan for NHS England
The long-term workforce plan for NHS England must not overlook today’s retention crisis
MDDUS responds to the publication of the GMC’s State of medical education and practice in the UK 2023
MDDUS head of medical Dr Naeem Nazem responds to the GMC report which found that more doctors than ever are thinking of leaving the workforce.
MDDUS response to GMC statement on diversity, equality and inclusion in medicine
MDDUS head of medical Dr Naeem Nazem responds to GMC statement on diversity, equality and inclusion in medicine.
Frontline surgery staff to get free emotional wellbeing support
The UK-wide medical defence organisation MDDUS has taken the step of extending its free and confidential support service for doctors and dentists to include the administrative staff they employ.
MDDUS seeks urgent clarification in the wake of GDC v Williams
MDDUS has written to the Office of the Chief Dental Officer (England) and NHS England to seek urgent clarification about the way NHS England will interpret the NHS dental charges and contracts regulations in relation to mixing NHS and private treatment.