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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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Raising concerns about patient safety

In this video we examine the duties set out by the GMC and GDC for raising concerns and review commonly raised issues

  • Video
  • Video presentation

Risk tools - process mapping

This practical risk assessment tool can be applied to a whole range of medical and dental, clinical and non-clinical activities. In this 10-minute tutorial we focus on repeat prescription requests

  • Video
  • Video presentation

Safety culture in primary care

This 15 minute video focusses on the primary care setting to illustrate how culture can be assessed and changed to support the development of a safety culture

  • Video
  • Video presentation

Social media risks

In this video we will look at the risks involved in engaging with social media as an individual doctor and as a practice team

  • Video
  • Video presentation

Acting as a witness

This module is aimed at doctors and takes around 45 minutes to complete. It includes a short assessment at the end.

  • Online course
  • 0.75 CPD hours

Business continuity planning

This guidance sheet covers business continuity planning and how a GP practice can prepare for future incidents that could endanger service delivery.

  • Toolbox

Complaints investigation quiz

Have a go at completing our complaints investigation quiz which addresses some of the more common dilemmas that complaints investigators may face.

  • Toolbox

Equality and diversity

Learn about the key points to consider when managing equality and diversity issues.

  • Toolbox

Parental rights and responsibilities

This guidance sheet can be used to help clinicians understand the principles involved in establishing who has parental rights and responsibilities when considering actions around children/young people.

  • Toolbox

Access to clinicians

This interactive exercise is designed for practice managers and GPs to use with reception and admin teams.

  • Toolbox

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