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Innovation: Real-time TB diagnosis on the street

An innovative mobile find and treat service on the streets of London is being enhanced with supercharged connectivity.

  • 20 December 2022
  • Article
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Risk: Don't get caught out on indemnity

You wouldn't drive a car without insurance, so it's vital healthcare professionals don't practise without appropriate indemnity cover in place.

  • 20 December 2022
  • Article
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Case file: Missed sepsis

...Ms B questions whether her baby's prolonged suffering could have been avoided if the GP had tested her urine...

  • 20 December 2022
  • Case study
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Case file: Gut pain

...it is claimed that Dr C neglected to adequately examine Ms R and failed to diagnose her appendicitis...

  • 20 December 2022
  • Case study
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Call log

A range of common - and not so common - queries from GPs and practice managers.

  • 20 December 2022
  • Article
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Viewpoint: A place of acceptance

Medico-legal adviser Dr Gordon McDavid offers a personal perspective on the workplace challenges facing LGBTQ+ healthcare professionals.

  • 20 December 2022
  • Article
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Case file: Patient demanding diclofenac

...Mr G insists that the only effective medication to control his persistent joint and back pain is diclofenac...

  • 20 December 2022
  • Case study
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Feature: The surprising history of medical defence

Allan Gaw explores some unexpected twists and turns in the story of MDDUS.

  • 20 December 2022
  • Article
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Ethics: Hard choices – on difficult decisions

Professor Deborah Bowman reflects on the complexities of making difficult decisions.

  • 20 December 2022
  • Article
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

Adding “violence warning markers” to patient records

It may be tempting to add a warning marker or alert to aggressive patients' records, but MDDUS urges caution.

  • 20 December 2022
  • Q4
  • Insight - Primary

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