Training for members

MDDUS learning materials and courses are designed specifically for members and their teams to use either on an individual basis or in a team-based session. Our aim is to highlight some of the most common medico- and dento-legal risk areas and offer guidance and practical advice on achieving best practice.
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Human factors in healthcare and patient safety

Phil Higton discusses how lessons learned from examining error and human factors within the aviation industry can be transferred to a healthcare environment

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Large claims

This 10-minute edition of Risk Factor features Peter Johnson who explains how MDDUS understands and manages the risks posed by large medical negligence claims

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Risk in sports medicine

Dr Jonny Gordon, an emergency medicine consultant and course director of SportPromote, discusses some of the risks associated with this specialist branch of medicine

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Ten years of maternity claims

Majid Hassan, a partner in the clinical law team at Capsticks, discusses his role in a key research project, 'An overview of NHS Litigation Authority research into obstetric negligence'.

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Managing consultations to avoid missed diagnosis

Dr Malcolm Thomas from Effective Professional Interactions (EPI) provides some practical suggestions on how to develop safe and clinically effective consultations with patients and their relatives

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Managing telephone consultations to avoid missed diagnosis

In this episode, Dr Malcolm Thomas offers practical advice on managing telephone consultations

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NHS England performers list

MDDUS solicitor Susan Trigg discusses the scope, remit and impact of NHS England investigations under the Performers List Regulations 2013

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Protecting our members

MDDUS Chief Executive Chris Kenny tells us how we can help members manage and reduce their clinical risk

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