Professionalism for doctors - online training

  • Date: 12 April 2021

THE expectations of doctors in relation to professionalism change over time and the pandemic has created further challenges.

Have you ever had concerns about your own or a colleague's health, or about patient safety?

Or have you helped a colleague who is on the verge of breaching a boundary with a patient or colleague?

Are you comfortable with GMC guidance on self-reporting?

Sign up to our interactive courses on professionalism – approved by the RCP – to ensure you are up to date with GMC guidance in this area and understand your own and your colleagues’ responsibilities to avoid regulatory scrutiny.

Click below to find out more and to book your place

Professionalism series for doctors

Regulatory responsibilities when things go wrong:

Ensuring compliance with GMC conduct requirements:

Maintaining boundaries:

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