TO AVOID CLAIMS AND COMPLAINTS
Now you are working independently without the support of your tutor it can be very daunting and when you have a concern you might not know who to turn to. We can provide you with expert advice on a wide range of topic areas, doctor to doctor, over the phone, via email or through our extensive online resources.
There is no stigma attached to seeking our guidance and the amount that you interact with us will never affect your subscription rates – we want to help you deal with your issues before they escalate into something more serious.
We have a whole host of helpful resources that can provide you with in-depth information and advice on core medicolegal issues.
- Case reports – reflect on real life cases and demonstrate your learning in practice
- Factsheets – access our catalogue of factsheets to improve your knowledge
- Advice booklets – for practice guidance and professional advice
- Publications – read thought-provoking features, case reports and hot news topics
SOMETHING ON YOUR MIND?
If there is something on your mind and you can’t find the answer through our online resources, don’t be afraid to pick up the phone and call us for advice - no matter how small the problem may seem, we can advise you on the next steps to take to resolution.
We can provide advice with:
- Claims and complaints
- Ethical or legal dilemmas
- Preparing for inquests or fatal accident inquiries
- GMC procedures
- Handling the media
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KEEPING YOU INFORMED
As part of your membership you will receive each issue of Casebook our flagship journal full of medicolegal news, case reports and thought-provoking articles to reflect upon.
As a GP member you will also receive our e-bulletin, GP Casebook Xtra, providing you with up-to-date advice, top tips for life in general practice and much more – see our previous issues below.