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Bad news by phone
...Conscious that urgent action was needed to avoid a poorer outcome for the patient, Dr D felt she had no other option but to phone Mrs K and inform her of the results...
Pharmacists given access to emergency care summary
PHARMACISTS in Scotland have been granted access to key patient information contained in the emergency care summary (ECS).
MDDUS slashes dental membership costs
SUBSCRIPTION rates for dentists have been cut by as much as 75 per cent by MDDUS as clinicians are forced to down tools in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
BMJ awards ceremony cancelled
THE 2020 BMJ awards ceremony has been cancelled in a bid to contain the spread of coronavirus.
HR Alert: Advice on coronavirus
MDDUS employment law adviser Janice Sibbald offers advice to practices on issues relating to coronavirus.
...Mr M undergoes the in-surgery whitening procedure and expresses his immediate dissatisfaction with the results...
Remote consulting in the coronavirus outbreak
The coronavirus outbreak has given GP practices little choice but to change the ways in which they normally operate – and one key approach is increased utilisation of online, telephone and video consultations
BMA presses for clinician support in coronavirus outbreak
THE BMA has written to members stating that it is pressing UK governments to ensure supply of personal protective equipment [PPE] for both hospitals and general practice across the UK to protect doctors working amidst the coronavirus outbreak.
Concern over immunosuppressant skin medications
A STATEMENT from the British Association of Dermatologists (BAD) has acknowledged concerns about COVID-19 risk among people taking medicines that affect the immune system, such as biologic therapies or immunosuppressants.
Action to protect general dental services in Scotland
CONTINGENCY measures have been put in place in Scotland to preserve the integrity of general dental services amidst potential disruption to service provision caused by the escalation of COVID-19 in Scotland.