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Managing sepsis in adults
How can you support your team to ensure they perform at their best?
GPs and their teams are allowed to access records to provide direct patient care – but what if you need to look at a record for another reason?
A range of common - and not so common - queries from GPs and practice managers.
It may be tempting to add a warning marker or alert to aggressive patients' records, but MDDUS urges caution.
Even doctors who pride themselves on being open and honest at all times can sometimes fall foul of the rules.
Professor Deborah Bowman reflects on the complexities of making difficult decisions.
...Mr G insists that the only effective medication to control his persistent joint and back pain is diclofenac...
...it is claimed that Dr C neglected to adequately examine Ms R and failed to diagnose her appendicitis...
...Ms B questions whether her baby's prolonged suffering could have been avoided if the GP had tested her urine...
Allan Gaw explores some unexpected twists and turns in the story of MDDUS.
Jane Elizabeth Waterston - Scottish teacher and the first woman physician in southern Africa.
An innovative mobile find and treat service on the streets of London is being enhanced with supercharged connectivity.
You wouldn't drive a car without insurance, so it's vital healthcare professionals don't practise without appropriate indemnity cover in place.
Medico-legal adviser Dr Gordon McDavid offers a personal perspective on the workplace challenges facing LGBTQ+ healthcare professionals.
Insight Primary is published quarterly and distributed to MDDUS members through the UK who work in primary care
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