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Education for me
Education for my team

MPS Educational Services are here to help you and your team improve patient safety and reduce medicolegal risks.

With more than 120 years of experience supporting and defending medical practitioners we have a unique insight into why things go wrong and why litigation and complaints arise. Using this knowledge we have developed our range of courses and services to support you throughout your career.
General enquiries:
Tel: +44 (0)113 241 0696


Our workshops are expertly facilitated, using a blend of presentations, small group discussions and activities, case studies, reflective exercises and opportunities to rehearse skills.
In practice workshops
In practice
Intensive courses
Intensive courses
Risk assessment


Our Masterclasses are tailored to GPsObstetricians and GynaecologistsOrthopaedic Surgeons and General Suregeons. A one-day event consisting of interactive and practical sessions, with the aim to enhance skills in achieving more effective consultations and handling of adverse outcomes.


As a busy clinician we know it is a challenge to fit in training and development. Our online programme of interactive modules can be accessed at a time and place to suit you.
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Latest conferences

MPS is pleased to host a number of annual conferences for members.
In this section, we also feature details of external events hosted by other organisations that may be of interest to our members and other stakeholders in the medicolegal industry.


Practical advice and resources to support you with revalidation and GMC requirements.

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GP Conference June 2015

29 June 2015
With the ever-mounting pressures on GPs and their teams, the MPS eighth annual GP conference helped identified the key areas of risk in general practice, offering practical advice on how to manage risks and to make practice safer.

More conference videos and CPD available through Prism

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