A range of common - and not so common - queries from GPs and practice managers.
Risk: Safe telephone triage
Triage systems are increasingly being used in primary care to manage the growing demand and strain – but how can you ensure they are safe and effective?
MDDUS: “Tired. Concerned. Trying not to lose hope.” A report from the NHS frontline
MDDUS members shared their experience of working for the health service as part of our review of 2022.
Assisted dying back in the news
A bill to change the law in Scotland is due to be introduced this year - but what is the current law on assisted dying across the UK and how does it impact medical professionals?
Advice for doctors during industrial action
MDDUS advice for doctors in line with our commitment always to support our members with dedicated professional advice.
MDDUS urges government to go further with fixed recoverable costs reforms
MDDUS has urged the government to go further with its reform of fixed recoverable costs (FRC) in claims of clinical negligence.
Shocking level of sexual harassment directed at female surgeons
A SURVEY of UK surgical staff has found that over the last five years nearly two-thirds of women reported being the target of sexual harassment with 30 per cent subject to actual sexual assault.
HR Alert: Big changes for flexible working
There are big changes ahead for flexible working rights.
Case study: Dismissed while off sick
...Ms S, who suffered from depression, was warned to improve her attendance or face disciplinary action...
Ask the Expert: How do I deal with a toxic team member
Her constant negativity is affecting the entire team. What can I do?