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"Bigging up" the CV
Competition for prime positions in dentistry or medicine can be fierce so it is natural to want your CV to stand out from the crowd. But it is important to resist the temptation to “big-up” a CV with exaggerations, outright lies or half-truths in order to enhance your chances.
Waiting for the ambulance
WHAT is a reasonable time frame to wait with a patient for an ambulance to arrive at home or on practice premises?
IT can be tricky remaining detached from patients on a personal basis, particularly for GPs who often have longstanding clinical relationships with individuals and families. Risk adviser Liz Price offers some advice.
Zero tolerance – can it work?
VIOLENCE against NHS staff is on the increase - but can a new 'zero tolerance' Government strategy solve the problem?
Plain English for patients
Clear and comprehensible outpatient letters are of vital importance for safe healthcare - and they should be addressed to the patient
Remote monitoring risks
Last month we looked at digital prescribing alerts and how continual warnings designed to help clinicians could potentially increase the risk of errors as “information overload” takes over. In this article we focus on alerts and other risks associated with remote monitoring devices
Prescribing alert “fatigue”
Digital system alerts are designed to assist the clinician – and improve patient safety outcomes – but sometimes the result can be information overload
Is reality TV too risky?
MDDUS often hears from members seeking advice about engaging with media producers. What are the risks involved?
Doctors dealing with dental emergencies
Are doctors taking risks in dealing with dental emergencies?
Inherent risks in remote consulting
Online consulting offers real promise as a means of easing pressure on hard-pressed primary care services - but there are some inherent risks.