We promote safer medical practice by running education and risk management programmes

Recorded webinar: Telemedicine during COVID-19 (MY)

  • Dates: 28 – 28 Apr, 2020

Date recorded: Tuesday 28 April 2020
Suitable for:
All Malaysia Medical Protection members

Consulting remotely and utilising technology can protect both doctors and patients during the COVID-19 outbreak. This one-hour recorded webinar examines the use of telemedicine during the current health crisis and addresses questions raised by Medical Protection members.

Medical Protection’s Medical Director Dr Rob Hendy and in-house expert Dr Bobby Nicholas will discuss medicolegal aspects for doctors utilising telemedicine and provide practical tips and guidance to support your practice.

Webinar objectives
  • Understand the benefits and potential risks of telemedicine at this time
  • Learn how to practise safely within the current regulations and guidance
  • Have greater insight into the unique indemnity considerations
Dr Bobby Nicholas

Dr Bobby Nicholas is a Medicolegal Consultant Team Leader at MPS with experience of providing assistance to doctors in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, the Caribbean and the UK. Dr Nicholas is a qualified General Practitioner and was previously the Clinical Lead for a large GP out-of-hours service. He completed his undergraduate degree in 2004, holds a Masters in Medical Law from King’s College London, and is currently studying for an Executive MBA at Warwick Business School.

How to view this recording on Prism
Login and watch the recorded webinar

Or if you don’t have a Prism online learning account:

Activate your Prism account
and go to ‘Find Learning’ and select ‘Webinars’.
Add event to: ICal Outlook Google Calendar

© 2010 - 2024 The Medical Protection Society Limited.

The Medical Protection Society Limited (MPS) is a company limited by guarantee registered in England with company number 00036142 at Level 19, The Shard, 32 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9SG. 

MPS is not an insurance company. All the benefits of membership of MPS are discretionary as set out in the Memorandum and Articles of Association. MPS® and Medical Protection® are registered trademarks.