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Casebook aims to promote safer practice by providing information and sharing experiences that you will find helpful. It consistently meets with high praise from Medical Protection members and frequently sparks debate and discussion within the medicolegal field.

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Latest Editions


Volume 27 | Issue 1
 
Casebook
May 2019

  • A missed diagnosis of pneumonia?
  • Accidental anaesthetic awareness
  • Delayed diagnosis of lung cancer
  • A routine referral
Volume 25 | Issue 1
 
Casebook
September 2017

    In this issue

  • Hazard perception - five key risks for junior doctors
  • Handling a Medical Council complaint
  • Back to basics
  • Reported abuse
  • A friend in need
Volume 26 | Issue 2
 
Casebook November 2018

    In this issue

  • A cyst in time
  • Nausea and weight loss - what's the cause?
  • A wrong diagnosis but no criticism
  • Initial management of an itchy skin rash
Volume 24 | Issue 2
 
Casebook November 2016

    In this issue

  • Disclosure of medical records
  • Challenging interactions with colleagues
  • Terminating a doctor-patient relationship
  • Clinical governance and patient safety
  • From the case files
  • Over to you
  • Reviews
Volume 26 | Issue 1
 
Casebook
May 2018

    In this issue

  • Noticeboard
  • A missed diagnosis by no negligence
  • Failure to act on lower back pain
  • Case reports

Archived Editions


Volume 24 | Issue 1
 
Casebook
May 2016

    In this issue

  • End of life decision-making
  • Our risk management reach
  • How to be an expert witness
  • Risk alert - medication errors and safer prescribing
  • From the case files
Volume 23 | Issue 2
 
Casebook November 2015

    In this issue

  • Contraception and cardiac arrest
  • New executive appointment - Dr Pardeep Sandhu
  • Strictly confidential
  • Checked out our website lately?
  • How not to get sued
  • Risk alerts - retained throat packs
  • From the case files