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MDDUS risk training for RCGP faculties
GPs can learn how to reduce risk in their day-to-day practice at an interactive training day led by MDDUS in partnership with the RCGP.
Do not be tempted to take shortcuts during consultations
Doctors should not be tempted to take shortcuts as a way of dealing with the time pressures of a ten-minute consultation, says MDDUS.
Online learning to comply with dental CPD requirements
MDDUS is reminding dentists that they will be required to complete a personal development plan as part of the new enhanced continuing professional development scheme (ECPD) announced by the General Dental Council.
Attention dental care professionals – have you declared your indemnity?
THE deadline for dental care professionals (DCPs) to renew their GDC registration is midnight tonight (31 July 2017) – and most DCPs will have paid their annual retention fee (ARF). But have you also declared your indemnity?
Fixed recoverable costs delay is another step backwards
MDDUS chief executive Chris Kenny comments on the postponement of the Government’s response to the consultation on fixed recoverable costs in clinical negligence cases.
MDDUS offers reassurance over dental indemnity model
The GDC has warned it members that some insurance policies may be subject to exclusions that could affect the adequacy of their cover.
MDDUS pressing for clarity on Government action to reduce claims costs
CEO Chris Kenny provides an update on campaigning efforts by MDDUS to urge Government to tackle the drivers of rising indemnity costs
Practice managers risk training days
MANAGERS can learn about the most common and serious risks facing GP practices in the latest MDDUS training days in Glasgow and London.
Cyber attack could it happen to you
YOU start up your practice computer systems and are confronted with a message: "Your Computer Files have been Encrypted and Locked!" What do you do first?
Queen's speech offers opportunities says MDDUS - but government must listen on the detail
MDDUS chief executive Chris Kenny comments on proposals for a draft Patient Safety Bill and a Civil Liability Bill in Queen's speech.