Raising concerns amidst COVID-19

Doctors have a responsibility to raise concerns even in times of crisis.


Remote consulting in the coronavirus outbreak

Manage the risks of remote consulting.


Safe working and delegation in difficult times

Managing risks during the coronavirus pandemic.


Turning the other cheek?

What should doctors do when confronted by racist behaviour from patients? Risk adviser Kay Louise Grant offers advice


Profile: Under pressure

A conversation with doctor and author Stephen Hearns on the challenges of performing in high-pressure situations


Creating positive change

Is your team truly learning from adverse incidents? MDDUS senior risk adviser Liz Price offers some reflections based on our experience in working with hospital doctors on patient safety topics

Case study

Case study - Hernia repair

...Mr K claims he was unaware he'd be undergoing open surgery and did not understand the risks...


ETHICS: It's the small things

PROFESSOR Deborah Bowman offers a personal perspective on how even “small things” can reflect ethical choices when it comes to dealing sensitively with patients


Book choice: The Body

Book review by Dr Greg Dollman


Vignette: Margaret Fairlie (1891-1963)

First female professorial chair in Scotland

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