Safe, ethical practice
These learning resources for GPs and other members of the primary care team aim to support and guide healthcare professionals to deliver safe, ethical clinical care.
The Safe, ethical practice learning plan, created in association with the MDU, provides articles on key medicolegal and ethical aspects of GPs' clinical work. Articles cover preventing and managing problems that can lead to complaints and claims against GPs and other primary healthcare professionals.
Each article contains expert opinion on key topics relating to clinical care and communication with patients and is accompanied by a post-test of knowledge.
Completing articles enables you to claim a suggested 0.5 CPD credits per article, although if you spend more time auditing and improving your practice in this area, you can record more credits.1
1 Revalidation: guidance for GPs. RCGP, 2016.
CPD learning worth 2 CPD credits
In the first of a series on legal and ethical aspects of primary care, MDU medicolegal adviser Dr Beverley...
MDU medicolegal adviser Dr Sissy Frank explains how a well-crafted written response can help resolve...
MDU medicolegal adviser Dr Sally Old looks at the importance of financial probity in general practice...
MDU medicolegal adviser Dr Sarah Jarvis explains why it is important to analyse and learn from significant...
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