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Dentists leading through uncertainty
WELL led teams are best equipped to meet increasing demands and to manage risk. With this in mind, MDDUS has adapted our popular and long-running doctor programme now for dentists with management responsibilities.
Sign up for new risk training days in Glasgow
EARN CPD points and explore key risk topics including confidentiality, professionalism and patient safety in a range of new MDDUS training days.
ALERT: UK Infected Blood Inquiry
ADVICE for doctors requested to make written evidence statements to the inquiry.
Extended cover for practice staff in England and Wales
MDDUS is introducing new products extending indemnity, legal support and advice/assistance to non-GP practice staff in England and Wales for activities and risks not covered under new state-backed schemes.
MDDUS board member receives CBE
MDDUS board member Professor Jason Leitch has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
MDDUS courses on GDPR and confidentiality
MDDUS have the following workshops for booking. If you would like to book a place on these please use the booking link which you will find under each course title.
Changes to GP membership in England and Wales
HEAD of Membership Services at MDDUS, Stephen Kelly, offers a recap of changes in our GP membership offering post launch of state-backed indemnity schemes in England and Wales.
Patient safety masterclass for PMs and GPs – London and Glasgow
BOOK your place now on one of the new MDDUS training days taking place in London and Glasgow in June and August 2019.
Government can learn from BMJ Awards nominees
MDDUS was pleased to act again as the main sponsor of the BMJ Awards for the tenth year running – with “healthcare Oscars” being handed out in 14 categories at a ceremony held last week at the Park Plaza Westminster Hotel in London.
MDDUS welcomes GMC plans to reduce number of full investigations
The GMC has announced that it will reduce the number of full investigations into one-off mistakes by doctors – known as single clinical incidents – after a successful two-year pilot scheme. MDDUS comments.