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MDDUS chief executive Chris Kenny explores the importance of having a lifetime perspective to provide the best possible advice and support service to our members.
Risk adviser Kay Louise Grant highlights the importance of being aware of professional expectations on how we behave online
Organisations often now record telephone calls to monitor quality control and for training purposes. But do you adequately inform patients of this – and what about data protection?
One of the potential downsides of social media is negative online reviews which can stray into abuse. What are the options in dealing with unfavourable online comments?
Publications editor Jim Killgore explores the promise and challenges of a new potential diagnostic tool for epilepsy
Insight chats with surgeon and recently retired MDDUS board member Peter McDonald on the recent publication of his insightful and entertaining memoir, A Doctor’s Aim
Allan Gaw tells the story of Galen, the legendary doctor who changed the face of medicine
...Mr A questions why a blood-thinning drug was prescribed to a patient clearly at risk of stroke...
...Dr P is unsure of what to write and is worried about being criticised for her actions in caring for Mr L...
...Dr A is advised that she should not let Mr G coerce her into prescribing medication that she does not believe is appropriate or serves his needs...
A patient has asked me to prescribe a drug that I'm not familiar with and is not licensed for use in their condition. What should I do?
Professor Deborah Bowman watches hit TV series Derry Girls and reflects on the way our values and ethical principles develop from childhood to adulthood.
Book review of Hybrid Humans - Dispatches from the frontiers of man and machine
Leading figure in cardiovascular physiology.
Insight Secondary is published quarterly and distributed to MDDUS members through the UK who work in secondary care
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